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THE CLASS OF 1979 

SENIOR YEARBOOK 



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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/classof1979senio1979flor 



Office of the President 



The Florida State University 

Tallahassee, Florida 32306 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASSES 
OF SEVENTY-EIGHT AND SEVENTY-NINE i 



It is a rare privilege to be a part of this, your first 
yearbook since I've been on the Florida State campus. My 
congratulations to all who have taken part in the restoration 
of this important tradition. I'm very glad the "death of the 
yearbook," announced in 1970-71, turned out to be "premature." 

Yearbooks have a way of becoming more meaningful to our 
lives as we grow older. They are, in effect, the first pages 
of history in which most of us gain a printed reference to one 
of our personal milestones — not to mention a lasting pictorial 
impression to visit upon our children and grandchildren. 




Just for the fun of it, I' 
photographs to prove that your 
once upon a time. Though I've 
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I'd like each of you to know th 
their eternal youth that makes 
cessive generation. And so Ion 
the torches that symbolize Flor 
you have gained within our gate 
the lives of those you touch. 



ve included my own "then and now" 
president was young and idealistic 
aged physically, and typically 
ince my own college graduation, 
at ideals never grow old. It is 
them so attractive to each suc- 
g as each of you carries one of 
ida State University, the wisdom 
s will light up your lives, and 



My best wishes go out to you, individually and collectively, 
for your future successes as alumni of one of the nation's 
finest institutions. It has been my privilege and honor to be 
your president. 

Sincerely, 



Bernard F. Sliger 
President 




CHANGES 




Diffenbaugh Then 




The changes will never stop. We create the individual ones 
and are in part, responsible for the collective ones. 
It's our time now to control the changes. 



Dr. Bernard Sliger replaced Dr. Stanley Marshall. 
Bobby Bowden took over as Head Football Coach after 
Darrell Mudra. 





NOTICE 






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THIS IS 
FLORIDA STATE 

Florida State University— the home of more than 20,000 Seminoles— has 
a campus that starts at the top of one of Tallahassee's famed seven hills, 
and rolls gently downv>/ard and westvi^ard across some 340-odd acres of 
pines, palms and pecan trees. 

Founded in 1857 as the Seminary West of the Suwannee, its heritage is 
evidenced in the wide range of architectural struggles to preserve history 
and keep up with modern times and air conditioning. Yet it still ranks as 
one of the South's last, few bastions of campus greenery— the kind that 
combines the blossoms of camellias, azaleas and dogwoods with moss-hung 
oaks that are, in some cases, as old as the University itself, if not older. 

From the Gothic towers of Westcott at the eastern entrance to the cam- 
pus, to the modern glass and steel structures of its Science Complex to the 
west, Florida State University has moved forward in time and growth more 
rapidly than many of its newer counterparts in the State University System. 
Its enrollment has quadrupled since it became coeducational in 1947, 
following nearly half a century as the Florida State College for Women. 

Today, its 14 schools and colleges are spread through $150 million worth 
of building, its annual budget exceeds $100 million and it attracts more 
than $18 million a year in research contracts and grants. Students can pick 
and choose from more than 100 career options offered in arts and sciences, 
business, communication, criminology, dance, education, home economics, 
law, library science, music, nursing, social sciences, social work, theater 
and visual arts programs. 

The University is a member of the Academic Common Market and has 
overseas study centers in Florence, London and the Panama Canal Zone. 
Summer programs of study are offered in law at Oxford, in hotel and 
restaurant administration in Switzerland, and in comparative studies of 
economic and social systems in Yugoslavia. 

The location of FSU in the Capital City of Florida offers unusual oppor- 
tunities for study and research in the social and policy sciences, and an op- 
timum environment for internships and on-the-job learning experiences for 
students in many fields of study. 

The University operates major laboratory facilities for nuclear, marine 
and computer research. In addition, it has a wide-ranging spectrum of in- 
stitutes and research centers, each of which deals with specialized aspects 
of the following fields of study; government, geophysical fluid dynamics, 
molecular biophysics, educational research, American theater, gerontology, 
social research, community mental health, employee relations, economic 
development, analysis of resources and environment. Southern culture and 
religion, statistical consultation, educational technology and instructional 
systems, population studies, multi-campus systems, educational tax policy, 
urban and regional planning, criminological and correctional research, and 
the study of women in educational management systems. A Regional 
Rehabilitation Center serves citizens in the tri-state area with diagnostic 
and remedial treatment of speech and hearing problems. 

A city within a city, Florida State has 1,200 faculty members, more than 
6,000 additional employees and a construction program that will exceed 
$50 million between now and 1981. The construction of a new civic center 
and a center for continuing education— both near the State Capitol— are 
destined for completion by the fall of 1980. 




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We lived 
together 

for what 
seemed ages . 
made 
new friends 
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The People 

facets reflecting myriad colors .... a multitude ... a 
solitude ... as the old Romans said, "Out of many, one 
. . . ", unity in diversity . . . this is Florida State. 

The Place 

brick with a difference . . . from ivy shagged walls of old to 
clean direct lines of the new . . . dogwood laced with 
blossoms . . . azaleas in spring ... the eternal squirrels 
exuberant among autumn leaves. 

The Things We Do 

activities: organized . . . disorganized . . . spontaneous 
. . . study . . . dates . . . walks in the Tallahassee rain 
. . . formal dances . . . sunburned salty afternoons at the 
coast ... a weekend movie . . . football games. 



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FSU DATELINE— an overview 



1975 

Sept. 23— Classes cancelled second day of school when Hurricane Eloise brushes with winds 
45 mph. 

Sept. 24— Strozier Library closes Friday and Saturday nights to save money. 

Oct. 10— Members of Pike Fraternity and a group of black students scuffle— results in 13 in- 
dictments and 1 year probation for Pikes. 

Oct. 18-FSU 8 University of Florida 34. 

Oct. 22— Female Sandee Coulter defeated in her bid for "Homecoming Chief". 

Oct. 24—200 Blacks march on the Westcott building to protest "numerous injustices". 

Nov. 14-Stephen Stills starts out Homecoming Weekend. Phil Barco Homecoming Chief. 

1976 

Jan. 4— Darrell Mudra fired as head football coach following a 3-8 season. 

Jan 12— Bobby Bowden of University of West Virginia named to succeed Darrell Mudra. 

Jan. 28— FSU police officer of the year in 1975, Edsel Poole is arrested. 

March 8— President Stanley Marshall resigns after 7 years saying "It's time." 

April 5— A 2 year old child dies of burns he received falling into a puddle of steaming water 
near Tully Gym. 

April 22— Athletic Department puts up wall around Seminole Field to stop "abusive language" 
from fans. 

April 27— Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Review with Joan Baez play in Tully. 

May 10— Health Center cuts back 24 hour care. 

June 3— Professor is shot and killed by student who then killed himself over flunking out of 
Graduate School. 

Sept. 13— Med School, growth seen in FSU's future. FSU still searches for new President 35 
candidates facing consideration. FSU dropped its season opener 21-12 to Memphis State 
Saturday night. 

Sept. 20-Music School hosts new season with; The King and I, La Boheme, The Ballad of 
Baby Doe. Seminoles will just keep trying: They lost to Miami Saturday night with a score 
of 47-0. ARA Food Service gets renewal. Dick Shawn revue filled with satire and fun. Show 
runs through till Oct. 2. FSU School of Theater announces it will put on the production 
Cabaret. 

Sept. 29-Filing for SG races begins. Swine Flue innoculations will be at Health Center in Nov. 
Ice Cream Social set at President's mansion. Hartford Ballet performs at FSU. FSU English 
professor, Harry Morris, visits Shakespeare's England. 

Oct. 4— Seminoles gam a victory over Kansas State score was 20-10. 

Oct. 5-155 file for SG seats. 

Oct. 8— ZZ Top performs in Campbell Stadium. 

Oct. 11— Impeachment of Student Body President Steve Powell is sought because of his 
"totally illegal" mismanagement of SG monies involving computer dating. FSU wins over 
Boston College 21-9. 

Oct. 13— SG primary election held. FSU-FAMU cooperative expands student educational op- 
portunities. 

Oct. 15— World renowned harpsichordist Igor Kapnis appears in concert at Opperman. 

Oct. 18— Action Party sweeps primary election. Gators edge Seminoles 33-26. Run-off for Ac- 
tion party and Florida Student party candidates are held today. 

Oct. 21— Swine flue vaccinations are given out. Rosalyn Carter in town. 

Oct. 22-Fred Miller and Susan Bates are elected Homecoming Chief and Princess. 

Oct. 25— Violinist Ruggiero Ricci in concert. 

Oct. 28— Florida Student party senators may be disqualified. 

Nov. 5— Pow Wow 76 features Meisburg and Walters, National Rotagilla Band, Little River 
Band, Cheech and Chong. 

Nov. 9— Iranians protest Shah in Union. 

Nov. 18— School of Nursing Building dedicated. 



Nov. 22— Computer Dating Match ups come out. 

Dec. 2— George Smock preaches in Union. 

1977 

Jan. 4-Caroline Alexander wins Rhodes Scholarship. FSU Health Center opens for night hours. 

Jan. 7-Union hikes coffee prices 15C to 19C and 25C to 35C. 

Jan. 10-FSU gets $502,000 Kellogg Foundation grant for educational management. 

Jan. 31— FSU London Program will re-open in the fall. 

Feb. 7-Dr. Bernard Sliger picked as new FSU president. 

Feb. 9— Greg Girard and Doug Guetzloe are the New Student Body President and Vice Presi- 
dent. 

Feb 10— The Video Center opens. 

Feb. 14-Student nicknamed Jackal tries to revive streaking at FSU. 

Feb 19-Jimmy Buffet comes to Tully Gym. KKK march upstaged by demonstrators. Studen 
nabbed in streaking incident. 

Feb. 22— FSU offers Consumer Law course for the first time in Spring '77. 

Feb. 28-President Sliger forced to live in President Mansion by BOR. 

March 30— Parking lot on Call and Ivy Way closes to break ground for New Music Building. 

April 1— Flambeau April Fools issue. 

April 16— Charlie Daniels entertains in Union Court yard. 

April 27-Greek Council, Black Student Union, Women's Center are to get Student Government 
Agency status. 

May 1-FSU student abducted and beaten after returning home from a party— Brings forth 
cries to light the Dust Bowl. 

May 16— Clearing the way to the New Civic Center began today. 

Sept. 19— The grades problem— In fall 1976. FSU awarded more A's than C's to undergraduate 
students. The parking plan— After years of complaints, FSU increased the student parking 
by 10%. Bus service was also increased. Building still continues at FSU on Diffenbaugh. 
Schumann sparks win over Kansas State, 18-10. Terry Kennedy, FSU baseball star, donates 
$5,000 to the FSU athletic department to upgrade grandstand seating in Seminole Field. 
Dr. Robert Lawton, is named new Vice President for academic affairs at FSU. Miami's com- 
eback nets 23-17 victory over Seminoles. 

Sept. 28— Sliger asks for tougher grading. FSU dorms are packing them in, temporary rooms 
are set up in Rec rooms, TV rooms and study rooms. 

Sept. 30— Miesburg and Walters hold concert in Ruby Diamond Auditorium. 

Oct. 3— Full visitation part of FSU's dorm plan. Key, Woodham, spark FSU to 25-17 win over 
Oklahoma State. FSU enrollment down 1%. 

Oct. 10— Woodham, Overby spark Tribe to 14-0 victory over Cincinnati. 

Oct. 11— Fall Baseball tourney set this weekend. 

Oct. 12— Law students angry about parking. It is aggravated by Civic Center construction. 
Amazing Kreskin performs tonite at Ruby Diamond. 

Oct. 13— Tomorrow is National Gay Blue Jeans day as announced by Tallahassee's gay com- 
munity. Black Awareness week starts Sunday. 

Oct. 14— FSU buys Baptist Campus Ministry Building. Students claim late fee illegal. Woody 
Woodward may leave FSU to manage St. Louis Cardinals. 

Oct. 19— Student Government elections are held today. 

Oct. 20— Student files for late fee hearing. 

Oct. 24— Fans, Key, and defence lift FSU to 24-3 victory over Auburn. 

Oct. 26— Student Government runoff elections today. FSU cracks top 20 in AP poll. First time 
since 1972. 

Oct. 28— Homecoming Weekend. Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge perform at Pow Wow. 

Oct. 31— Simmons, defence, lift Seminoles to 35-14 win against North Texas State. 

Nov. 2— Mainstage presents "Scapino" a French farse. FSU ranked 15th in API. 

Nov. 3— Student groups call for impeachment of Girard and Guelztoe. Girard wants control oi 



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all agencies. 

Nov. 8-FSU escapes Virginia Tech with 23-21 victory. Students sign petition to recall Girard 
and Guetzloe. 

Nov. 9— Library Services Director Paul Donovan resigns. Iranian Students Association stages a 
rally to protest the Shahs visit to USA. Seminoles slip to 16th in both polls. 

Nov. 14— FSU Beats Memphis 30-9. Record is now 8-1. 

Nov. 15— By a petition of 1730 names, Girard and Guetzloe are recalled. 

Nov. 16— Dolly Parton performs in Tully Gym. Seminoles rank 13th in polls. 

Nov. 17— Goldenhagen halts all court action on recall petition. Brigadoon opens in Ruby Dia- 
mond. Seminoles to play in Tangerine Bowl. 

Nov. 18— Fund increase for women's athletics requested. 

Nov. 21— Student court asked to overrule Goldhagen. San Diego runs to 41-16 win. FSU 

i accepts Tangerine Bowl. 

Nov. 23— Globetrotters entertain at Tully Gym. Seminoles fall to 20th in Poll. 

Nov. 28— Eugene McCarthy speaks in Ruby Diamond. 

Dec. 1— Mainstage presents "Picnic". 

Dec. 5-FSU kills the Gators 37-9. 

Dec. 7— Report shows FSU crime rate drops. Studio Theater presents "The Tempest". 

1978 

Jan 4— Electronic gates built to control campus access to parking. FSU beats Texas Tech in 
Tangerine Bowl. FSU lands 11th in poll. 

Jan. 5— St. Thomas More's Chimes greet returning students. 

Jan. 6— Girard resigns. 

Jan. 9— FSU Psychology Department ranked 1st in state. 30th in nation. 

Jan. 11— Sliger, FSU consider improving Campbell Stadium. 

Jan. 12— Guetzloe, former Vice President, officially takes office as President. 

Jan. 13— Pensacola Street bridge schedules for renovation. 

Jan. 16— Two FSU Chi-Omega sorority sisters were killed and three others were seriously in- 
jured Sunday morning by an unknown assailant. 

Jan. 17— Memorial services held in Ruby Diamond for killed sorority sisters. FSU yearbook 
revival set for May. FSU extends Bowdens contract. 

Jan. 20— Night guards are posted in dorms. 

Jan. 27— FSU senate creates student patrol. 

Feb. 3— FSU will refund pre-registration late fees. 

Feb. 14— Steve Martin returns. 

Feb. 15— Man arrested in Pensacola for using forged credit cards and driving a stolen car. 
Police may connect him with Chi Omega murders. 

Feb. 16— Demonstrators stop talk by General Westmoreland. 

Feb. 21— Neil Friedman and Vivian Rivera win over Lance Day and Dave Gliken for S.G. Presi- 
dent. 

Feb. 22— Some FSU dorms to have curfew. 

Feb. 24— ROTC cadets clash with Iranian students in Union. 

Feb. 28— Dr. Robert Spivey, Dean of Arts and Science leaves FSU to accept post as President 
of Randolph Macon College. 

March 10— Residents of Magnolia hall told dorm will close. Leo Kottke plays for FSU. 

March 27— ARA Food Service gets very poor rating on inspection. Campbell Stadium to be 
enlarged to 47,000 seats by fall. 

March 31— New state capital building dedicated. 

April 9— Muddy Waters appears on Union Green. 

April 12— Iranian student march from FSU to capitol to protest U.S. support of the Shah. 

April 16— Greek Week '78 begins. 

April 20— Playboy Magazine in town to look for their Silver Anniversary Playmate. FSU ex- 
pands early admission program for high school students. 



April 21— FSU Flying High Curcus christens their new $46,000 circus tent. 

April 26— FSU rejects ARA Foods— won't renew contract 

May 1— Dr. Pat Hogan to replace Dr. Stephen McClellan as Vice President of University 

Relations. 
May 8-FSU Honors Program in trouble. Survey shows most students hate campus foods. Miss 

Lillian Carter to get honorary degree from FSU. 
May 10— New Education Building dedicated to Dr. M.L Stone. 
May 17-World's Pocket Billiard trick shot Champion Paul Gerni to perform tonite. 
May 18— SIRS forms probably won't be used to judge professors for tenure. SAGA to be new 

campus food supplier. 
May 30— Old Capitol Building to be restored to 1902 version. 
May 31-Student vote on BOR still alive 
Sept. 26— Dick Howser replaces Woody Woodward as baseball coach. Burt Reynolds returns to 

campus to conduct workshop. 
Oct. 19— Civic Center construction started. 
Oct. 27— Sliger bans booze in Campbell Stadium. 
Nov. 2-Beverly Sills visits FSU. 
Nov. 6-Action Party sweeps S.G. elections. 
Nov. 16— Iranian rally at FSU turns violent; nine protestors arrested. Pain forces Paul the P- 

nut man to retire. 
Nov. 20-FSU denied bowl bid. 

Nov. 27— Pensacola Street sags, reaching a new low. Gators fall to Seminoles 2 years in a row. 
Nov. 30— Doug Dickey gets dumped by Florida. 
1979 

Jan. 10— Thieves steal $11,000 worth of sound and lighting equipment from Ruby Diamond. 
Jan. 17-Flambeau Photographs, subpoenaed by state, of the Nov. 15, 1978 Iranian student 

demonstration. 
Jan. 22— Subpoena is withdrawn. 
Jan. 31— Professor Dr. Michael Kasha nominated to the advisory board for the National 

Science Foundation. 
Feb. 5-FSU Health Fee to rise. 
Feb. 8— Randy Drew and Lee Anne Stables win as new Student Government President and Vice 

President. State House of Representative Member Gwen Cherry killed in auto accident near 

campus. 
Feb. 13— D.O.T. says Pensacola St. Bridge sag may be FSU's fault. 
Feb. 14—44 year old Tony Messimo tries out as a walk on for FSU football team. 
Feb. 21— New Orleans Mardi Gras is cancelled. 
Feb. 22— Marines and Iranian students tangle in Union Court Yard. 
Feb. 23— Randy Drew sworn in as SG President. 
Feb. 26-Dick Gregory entertains FSU. Solar Eclipse. 
Feb. 27-Streaking returns. 
March 1-FSU fire detectors unsafe. 
March 8-Chuck Mangione Quartet comes to FSU. FSU ROTC Rapelling Tower is dedicated. 

Landis Hall to be air conditioned by the fall. 
March 9— Dr. Werner Baum is named FSU Dean of Arts and Sciences. 
April 12— FSU Student Doug Anderson wins Oatsun student writing contest. 
April 13— FSU fountains gushing after 5 year lapse. 
April 24— Student group files in court to halt Civic Center construction. Sol Carroll, FSU's #1 

fan celebrates his 74th birthday. 
May 14— Health violations could shut down fraternity houses. 
May 17— Fines for FSU parking tickets jump. 
May 18— Commencement drawing nearer. 



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America demonstrated its capacity to adapt 



in 1976. Old faces reappeared and new faces 
stepped forward to provide new hopes. The Win 
ter Olympics, Surveyor's Mars photos, the national 
political conventions and the election of Jimmy 
Carter dominated the news and TV screens. The U.S. 
began to celebrate our 200th birthday. Marijuana 
was decriminalized in California, a new investi- 
gation of the Kennedy and King assassinations 
was begun, and in Congress a new scandal began 
a result of Elizabeth Ray's revelations. Mean 
while, old faces made one last appearance 
as Eldridge Cleaver returned to the U.S 
for trial, Mao died in China, and 
King Kong returned to New 
York in an oil tanker. 





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ern blizzards resulted in floods, natural gas 
shortages and blackouts. Western drought bred 
rampant fires and water rationing. Newly-elected 
President Carter faces such issues as energy con- 
servation, the Concorde, the B-1 bomber/cruise mis- 
sile controversy, Panama Canal and Laetril debates, 
idi Amin, Roots and black independence brought 
Africa into the news. To many, the deaths of 
Elvis and Groucho signaled the end of an era. 
Despite mass kidnappings, the KLM/Pan Am 
crash, Washington imprisonments and gay 
rights tensions, hopes for the future appear^ 
ed in movies like Star Wars, the 
Alaskan pipeline, the Space 
Shuttle and improved 
Cuban relations. 



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The drought was over, but the storms 
that followed were, in many parts of the 
country, blizzards and floods. President 
Carter's popularity was on the downswing 
because of his foreign policy and the releasing 
of the Panama Canal. The court rules for Bakke, 
but condones affirmative action. The nation watched 
as Californians staged the "Great Tax Revolt," better 
known as Proposition 13. Champions of world peace 
were weary with the loss of two Popes, the Russian spy 
trials, the People's Temple mass suicide and murders in 
Guyana, and continued tension in the Middle East. 
Issues still pending were the ERA, the Neutron 
Bomb, the "Self Rule" plan in Rhodesia, paraquat 
poisonings, Cuban tension and the threat of Cold 
War. Muhammad All was upset and all of 
America caught "Saturday Night Fever." 



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ALMA MATER 

High-o'er the towering pines our voices swell, 

Praising those Gothic spires we love so well, 

Here sons and daughters stand, faithful and 
true. 

Hailing our ALMA MATER, F.S.U. 

FIGHT SONG 

You've got to fight, fight, fight for FSU. 

You've got to scalp 'em Seminoles. 

You've got to win, win, win, win this game and 
roll on down to make those goals. 

For FSU is on the warpath now and at the 
battle's end, she's great: 



HYMN TO THE GARNET AND GOLD 

Here's a hymn to the garnet and gold, ringing to 
the sky. 

Here's a song for our men and women bold, sing 
with heads held high. 

Striving ere to seek to know, fight for victory. 

Alma Mater, this song to you. 

Echoes, F.S.U. 



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So fight, fight, fight, fight to victory, our 
Semmoles from Florida State. 

(Yell) F-L-0-R-l-D-A S-T-A-T-E 

Florida State! Florida State 

Florida State 

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Basketball-Won State 

Season Record 19-13 
Attending Regionals 1st game against 
Delta State 

Cross Country— Finished §1 Regionals 
Finished #\1 Nationals 

Golf— Will qualify for Nationals 

Two players selected to compete internation- 
al commonwealth games, Columbia S.A. 

Softball— Last year won State 
§1 Regionals 



Swimming— 10-2 Dual Meet 
§2 Regionals 

§1 Southern Intercollegiate Champions 
8 girls qualified for Nationals 

Tennis— Best season ever 13-4 to date 

Track— Freshman Tonja Brown broke 5 school records 
in hurdles, long jump, and sprints. Solid 
outdoor season. Indoor just underway. 

Volleyball-Won State 

Won Regionals 

21 Nationally 

28-14 season match record 



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1978 



Fraternity: Phi Delta Theta (over all) 
Dorm: Landis Hall 

Independent: Over the Hill Gang 



1979 

Lambda Chi Alpha (over all) 

D & I Sports 



Basketball 
Champions 

1978 

Independent: Untouchables (over all) 
Fraternity: Phi Delta Theta 
Dorm: Broward Hall 

1979 
Black Magic (over all) 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Broward Hall 




Softball Champions 

1978 

Independent: Sultans of Swat 

Fraternity: Phi Delta Theta 

Dorm: Magnolia Hall 



Track & Field 
Champions 

1977 

Fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha 

1978 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




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4E— Sunday, December 3, 1978 



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FSU'S 
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ALUMNI: 
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Man of La Mancha . . . Spring 78 




Oedipus . . . Winter 78 



Follies of Scapino . . . Fall 77 



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Steve Martin 





Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge 




Waylon Jennings 



And . . . Harry Chapin, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Cheech & 
Chong, B. B. Jam, Little River Band, Charlie Daniels Band, Eli, 
Starbuck, Mesiburg and Walters, the Amazing Kreskin . . . 



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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONIC BAND 

Mr. Carl Bjerregaard, Director 




1978 - 79 BAND STAFF 

Director of the Marching Chiefs Bentley Shellahamer 

Coordinator of Bands Carl Bjerregaard 

Associate Director-Arranger Charles Carter 

Dean of the School of Music Wiley Housewright 

Graduate Assistant Robert Spradling 

Drum Major Jim Bruce 

Staff Assistant-Publicity Denise Hamme 

Staff Assistant Steve Hearn 

Staff Assistant-Band Librarian Kendall Jones 

Staff Assistant Alan Nelson 

Head Majorette Lynn Holton 

Flag Corp Captain Kathy Quinn 

Drum Corp Captain Scott Smith 

Auxiliary Unit Coordinator Mike Raiford 



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Vice President 


Greg Rehkopf 


Secretary 


Betsy Dahlberg 


Treasurer 


Ruth Patrick 


Publicity 


Jennifer MacFarlane 



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President 

Vice President of Activities 

Vice President of Membership 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 



Ruth Patrik 
Greg Rehkopf 
Tina Douthat 
Dan Singhous 
DougCenteno 
Lynn Orrik 




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Women's F-Club is a Women's Athletic Honorary and service club. It was 
founded March 16, 1913, and is the oldest club at FSU. The membership is 
comprised of varsity and intramural athletes who work each quarter with 
major athletic events, Tarpon, and the High Flying Circus. 



LeeAnn Tabone 


President 


Annette Ruff 


Vice President 


Terri Miller 


Secretary 


Margret Stephens 


Treasurer 


Advisors: 




Dr. Jones 




JoAnne Graf 






The FSU 
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A Tallahassee 
Tradition 

The Women's Glee Club, under the direction of Prof. Betty Jane Grimm, is 
a non-auditioned ensemble with membership open to all women students. 
In addition to quarterly concerts, the group is most well known for its an- 
nual Christmas Vespers concert held on the first Sunday of December. This 
meaningful service heralds the Christmas and has long been a favorite 
yuletide tradition for many Tallahasseans. 



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Pi Beta Phi, a national sorority 
founded in 1867, was established on 
the FSU campus in 1921. Three of the 
past five years the Florida State chapter 
has received one of the top two awards 
given by the National Fraternity. 

The Pi Phis earned Panhelienic 
recognition for their outstanding 
academic record for the past three 
quarters. They were also the recipients 
of the Greek Week Overall Trophy in the 
spring of 78. 

For their homecoming float in which 
they were paired with the Sigma Nus, 
the duo received Best Theme Award. 

Pi Phis are looking forward to an in- 
teresting year involved in the campus 
and community life. 




Laure Muller-our Pi Phi on the courts; 
FSU tennis team 





President— Babs McLellan 

Vice President of IVIoral Advancement— Susan Fuller 

Vice President of Mental Advancement— Lorraine Lynch 

Vice President of Social Advancement— Fay Bamond 

Recording Secretary— Terri Mouro 

Treasurer— Sally Johnson 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 

wishes its seniors to 
"Seek the Noblest" 




GRADUATING SENIORS 

Connie Cellon Criminology 

Valerie Culpepper Early Childhood Education 

Amanda Eden Commerical Art 

Caria Hulsey Counseling, Health and Rehabilitation 

Lynda Johnston Computer Science 

Linda Liebler Hotel and Restaurant Administration 

Louise Liebler Fashion Merchandising 

Gail A. Ferryman Hotel and Restaurant Administration 

Polly Prole Marketing 

Denise Sherron Fashion Merchandising 

Bev Shoepp Mass Communication 

Karen Van Der Heuval Food and Nutrition 

Lisa Wilson Marketing 



CSZiOZO 




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KAPPA 

KAPPA 

GAMMA 




In their 17th year on campus, Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma has been busy with intrasorority as well as 
campus-wide activities. Fall was exciting with Rush, football 
games, second place in Homecoming float, and first place in 
sorority intramural football. The fall pledges sponsored a 
hayride with a barndance for the activities in November. 
Celebrating KKG founding at Monmouth College, the Kappas 
held a joint dance with Pi Beta Phi at the Hilton which 
highlighted the fall social calendar. The Alpha Chi Omegas and 



the Kappas joined forces in a money raising 24 hour volleyball 
marathon which contributed $800 to Muscular Dystrophy. 

Fraternity socials are always popular and the KKG's had 
their share throughout the year. The annual winter weekend 
was celebrated in Orlando at the Royal Plaza Hotel with Kappas 
invading Disney World on Saturday. Plans for spring include a 
beach weekend at St. George Island. 78-79 was a fun year for 
the Epsilon Zeta Kappas and next year should be even better. 




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OFFICERS 

President 
Vice President 

Treasurer 

Recording Secretary 
Secretary 
Housemother 



KAPPA 
ALPHA 
THETA 



Laurie Mowbray 

Jill Ricke 

Sally Pate 

Jan Letender 

Stephanie Stratford 

Diane Rodeheaver 

Mrs. Ann Flowers 






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GAMMA PHI BETA 



Founded: November 11, 1874 Syracuse, New York 

Beta Mu Chapter Installed: April 29, 1950 

President: Terrie Prison 

Vice President: Stephanie Sharpe 

Secretary: Barbara Boyd 

Treasurer: Sue Ann Smith 

Rush Chairman: Michelle Fenn 



Pledge Director: Judy Ivester 
Scholarship Chairman: Debbie Orthman 
Social Chairman: Jennifer Hill 
Panhellenic Representative: Cecelia DePont 
House Manager: Betsy Swarthout 
Sweetheart: George Frison 
Housemother: Mary Clark 




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First sorority on FSU campus; annual activities include fall 
hayride . . . Christmas party with children of alumni . . . 
Winter Weekend . . . Spring White Rose Formal . . . Parents 
Weekend. 

Service projects include Christmas party for children at 
Sunland Hospital; party for senior citizens at LeMoyne Art 
Foundation; Volunteers during Talahassee Open Golf Tourna- 



ment, proceeds to American Cancer Society; hostesses for 
Ducks Unlimited Wildlife Organization. Spaghetti dinner to 
raise money for American Cancer Society. 

Special Events: Paired with Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity for 
Homecoming; second place All 'Round Sigma Chi Derby; Derby 
Queen Betsy Vickers. Paired with ATO Fraternity Greek Week 
79. 



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DELTA 




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Front to Back; Left to Right: (1) Lisa Thompson, Pam Rushing, Dawn Bare, Kathy Waites, Missy Miller, Mary Jane Mayworth, Debbie Scarborough, Robin 
Wheeler, Anne Marie Rawls, Julie Yon, Linda Hancock, Ann Parks (2) Nancy Helm, Carol Franklin, Susie Rountree, Therese Gonzalez, Becky Duer, Dawn 
Parker, Paula Gary, Jill Renick, Valerie High, Terri Loeffler, Jill Newsome, Patty Jackson (3) Nancie Howley, Diana LaPlaca, Elaine Haselwood, Tricia HIggins, 
Mandy Morrow, Clair Swing, Beth Duer, Holly Geiger, Nancy Smith, Holly Pierce, Lynn Sauls, Jeannie Parker, Sally Gilbert (4) Mary Donellon, 
Ann Collins, Tracy Siegel, Angle Rosacker, Jonie Mehling, Lisa Wallin, Ellen Haselwood, Jean Carver (5) Terri Lewis, Jane Robinson, Anne Marie Lewis, Becky 
Moore, Libby Mahan, Debbie Batson, Cindy Ashby, Mary Stokes, Leigh Coursen, Pam Shannahan, Karen Ogilby. 



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SENIORS 

Cliff Curry 

Steven Kroesch— President 

Eddie Lemox 

Evan Love— Vice President 

Mike Turner 

Kevin Mahoney 

Teri Davis 

Ken Kingston 

Mike Macrae 

OTHER MEMBERS 

Kenny Chapman 
Larry Chilson 
Rick Erwin 
Kevin Morse 
Kevin Landers 
Tim Landers 
Neil Camenker 
Doug Bryant 
Scott Klaising 
Pat Parnin— Treasurer 
Chip Pope 
Jack Macia 
Art Hamel 
George Prison 
Pete Gibson 
Felix Diaz 
John Brooks 
Kevin Moon 
Steve Eichenblatt 
Tim Jenks 
Kent Sherw/in 
Tom Ellicott 
Tony Fink 
Rick Stein 
Nick Buchholz 
Burke Grant 
John Lush 
Allen Mercer 
Rob Combs 



THETA 
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Christmas Party 



Desperado Party 




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Softball Team Intramurals 3rd Place 



Casino Party— Raising money for local charity 



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PHI DELTA THETA 

Florida Gamma Chapter 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 



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Pi Kappa Alpha was the second 
fraternity established on the F.S.U. 
campus, organized in the early Fall of 
1947. Since that time, PiKA has main- 
tained itself as the leader, having the 
largest membership of the twenty-four 
campus fraternities for the last nine 
consecutive years. 

Varsity teams, especially football and 
baseball, count many Pikes among their 



members. Student Government and 
various honoraries are also well 
supplied with Pikes. PiKA has men in 
Student Senate, Union Board, and more 
members of Scalphunters than any 
other fraternity. 

The chapter is especially proud of its 
alumni who remain very loyal and sup- 
portive of the fraternity. Alumni Tom 
Bush ('68) and Don Chamberlain ('56) 



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are currently serving in the Florida 
Legislature, and Hubert Green ('65) 
remains one of the top pro golf money 
winners. 

A successful intramural program, 
awesome parties, and the initiation of 
over fifty-five young men made the 
1978-79 school year one of the best 
ever. 




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ZETA 




Left to Right, Bottom Row (Kneeling): Sherrie Sinclair, Cindy Foss, Gloria Favor, Laurie James, Diane Dugger, Cynthia Briscoe, Janet Baylis, Second Row: 
Susie Woodruff, Susan Browning, Wendy Woolard, Mrs. Jean Sullivan, Karen Clark, Kitty Dryden, Mary Jo Keilman & Peachy, Fran Ross, & Baby Condor, 
Cheryl Lennon, Third Row: Deb Jones, Mary Hingle, Barb Davis, Mary Thoreen, Suzanne Shoemaker, Sharen Karling, Kitty Mueller, Jeanette Mojica, Martha 
Mitchell, Layne Salvador, Fourth Row: Shellie Sinclair, Karen O'Brien, Karen Crispo, Terri Donhaiser, Patty Plank, Lisa Burkhalter, Susan Neth, Mary Jo 
Yennie, Laura Lovan, Marie Czaja, Jill Banks, Cindy Ross. 





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It's not the Beginning of the End 
But 

The End of the Beginning. 
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Presenting 



the 

Graduates 

of 

1979 



V. 




NEILJ. AARONSON 

Miami, Fl 

ABDULLAH A. H. ABDULKADER 

Hassa, Saudi Arabia 

TIMOTHY A. AGREE 

Blountstown, Fl 

KATRINA A. AIKENS 

Madison, Fl 



LINTON J. AIKENS 

Madison, Fl 

SHARON K. AIRAGHI 

Miami, Fl 

AISHA K. AKIL 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ANNE MARIE ALBANO 

Pompano Beach, Fl 



LAURA L. ALFONSO 

Tampa, Fl 

RENEE C. ALLAIN 

Atlanta, Go 

PATRICIA K. ALLEN 

Hollywood, Fl 

PAULA L. ALLEN 

Newton, Ga 



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MARIA CHRISTINA ALVAREZ 

Miami, Fl 

JOYCE THERESA AMONS 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

MELVIN E. ANDERMAN 

Tampa, Fl 

LEONARD D. ANDERS 

Altamonte Springs, Fl 



JOHN S. ANDERSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JULIE L. ANDERSON 

Daytona Beach, Fl 

RENEA B. ANDERSON 

Lament, Fl 

SANDRA L ANDERSON 

West Palm Beach, Fl 



SUSAN L. ANDERSON 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

SUSAN V. ARTHUR 

Kissimmee, Fl 

MOHAMMED A. ATRAM 

RiyadI, Saudi Arabia 

ALYSON B. AUSTIN 

Rochester, NY 



JANET L AUSTIN 

Weirton, WV 

JANIE S.BAILEY 

Tallahassee, Fl 

GLENN W. BAKER 

Hialeah, Fl 

JACKIE E. BAKER 

Lake City, Fl 



JOSEPH DE WITT BAKER 

Tallahassee, Fl 

VONSENITA BAKER 

Bristol, Fl 

GREGORY A. BALDWIN 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fl 

ROBIN D. BALKCUM 

Fayetteville, Go 



CHARLENE A. BANKS 

Florida City, Fl 

ALBERTINA S. BAPTISTA 

Fort-Myers, Fl 

MARTHA R. BARBER 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ORASTINE BARNES 

Milton, Fl 



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ELIZABETH A BARRS 

Madison, Fl 

BRIAN R. BARTOS 

Cape Coral, Fl 

DONNA L. BASS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JANET A. BAYLIS 

Pensacola, Fl 



PATRICIA M. BEARDEN 

Lake Butler, Fl 

KAREN L BECKER 

Cape Canaveral, Fl 

ULRICH K. BECKER 

N. Lauderdale, Fl 

HELEN BELEFANT 

Melbourne Bch., Fl 



CHUCK E. BELL 

Haines City, Fl 

DONNA A. BELL 

Miami, Fl 

ALAN BROOKS BELLAMY 

Tallahassee, Fl 

DEBBIE M. BENEDETTO 

Miami, Fl 



JESSE JULIAN BENNETT 

Winter Haven, Fl 

VERONIQUE O. BENTLEY 

Richmond Hgts., Fl 

NANCY BERGMAN 

Coral Gables, Fl 

FRANCES J. BEYER 

Palm Bay, Fl 



PETER D. BIANCHI 

Jacksonville, Fl 

CHARLENE M. BIANCO 

Tampa, Fl 

JOLINDAM. BIFFLE 

Palm Beach Gardens, Fl 

VINNIE BILOTTO 

Locust Valley, NY 



BARBARA ANN BINDON 

Largo, Fl 

BARBARA A. BISHOP 

Saratoga Springs, NY 

KENT RANDALL BISHOP 

Chiefland, Fl 

PHYLLIS D. BISHOP 

Deland, Fl 



V. 



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LETTIE V. BLACK 

Birmingham, Al 

STEVEN W. BLAIR 

Panama City, Fl 

ANNA A. BLANCO 

Miami, Fl 

RONDA L BLUM 

Hollywood, Fl 



NANCEE L BODEN 

Panama City, Fl 

BRIAN B. BOLTON 

N. Miami Beach, Fl 

ANNA S. BOMAS 

Marion, Oh 

PATRICIA A. BONOMO 

Boca Raton, Fl 



CLEMENTINE L. BORDERS 

Safety Harbor, Fl 

ANN BORDMAN 

Miami, Fl 

RALPH BOUIE 

Quincy, Fl 

CAROLYN D. BOURNE 

Miami, Fl 



JANE NAN BOYD 

Tallahassee, Fl 

WILLIAM J. BOYD 

Eustis, Fl 

ELLEN E. BRAUNSTEIN 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

CLAIRE E. BRENNAN 

Jacksonville, Fl 



PATTI J. BREWER 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

BARBARA T. BRIGLIO 

Hollywood, Fl 

JENNIFER A. BRITT 

Jay, Fl 

LUCINDAJ. BROWN 

Thomasville, Ga 



RAGAN A. BROWN 

Dunedin, Fl 

SAUNDRA L. BROWN 

Fairfield, Fl 

ANDREW J. BROWNYARD 

Winter Haven, Fl 

DEBORAH J. BROXMEYER 

Tampa, Fl 



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BEVERLY BRUNER 

Marianna, Fl 

BARRY C.BUBB 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JOSEPH A. N. BUCHHOLZ 

Lantana, Fl 

COLLEEN G. BUCKLEY 

Satellite Beach, Fl 



KAREN L. BUCZINSKI 

Miami, Fl 

FRANK BULLOCK, IV 

Atl, Ga 

ANNEC. BUNN 

Tallahassee, Fl 

DENNIS T. BURCHILL, III 

Jacksonville, Fl 



S. LOUISE BURTON 

Harrodsburg, Ky 

BARRY BUTIN 

Margate, Fl 

PATRICIA A. BUTTERWORTH 

Tallahassee, Fl 

MARTIN I. BYER 

Hollyv/ood, Fl 



JOHN F. BYLER 

Blountstown, Fl 

VICTORIA CALAMARO 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

MARK A. CAMERON 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

GARY CAMPBELL 

Defuniak Springs, Fl 



NICHOLAS Y. CAMPBELL 

Orlando, Fl 

DELORES Y. CAMPER 

Cocoa, Fl 

DESSIE MARIE CANELAKES 

West Palm Beach, Fl 

ROBIN E. CANNON 

Tallahassee, Fl 



SANDRA ANNE CANON 

Eustis, Fl 

SYBRENA B. CARLEY 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JOHN "JC" CARLSON 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

THOMAS H. CARR 

Nashville, Tn 



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LANEDRA A. CARROLL 

Tallahassee, Fl 

CHARLESC. CARTER, JR. 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JOSEPH P. CARTER 

Crestview, Fl 

KATHLEEN A. CARTER 

St. Petersburg, Fl 



DEBRA E. CASEY 

Clearwater, Fl 

MARIA A. CASTANEDO 

Miami, Fl 

ANDREW J. CHABROL 

Christ., St. Croix, U.S. Virg. Isl. 

TAMIE LYNN CHAMBLISS 

Live Oak, Fl 



TERRSJ. CHASTEEN 

Tallahassee, Fl 

RUTHACHEEVER 

Panama City, Fl 

WALTER J. CHESNEY 

Miami, Fl 

DAVY M. CHOW 

Hong Kong 



CATHERINE M.CIMINO 

Tampa, Fl 

RENEE CLARK 

Miami, Fl 

KAREN A. CLARKE 

Ormond Bch., Fl 

ROBERT F. CLEVELAND 

Gulf Breeze, Fl 



PAMELA J. COLLINS 

Catlin, II 

JOHN A. COLONEL 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JUDITH A. COMPHER 

Glenview, II 

JON C. CONNELLY 

Winter Park, Fl 



ANN LEIGHTON CONNOR 

Tallahassee, Fl 

R. STEPHEN COOPER 

East Northport, NY 

PATRICIA D. COPELAND 

Fort Pierce, Fl 

ANDREW J. CORBIN 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fl 



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DAVID E. CORREIA 

Lighthouse Point, Fl 

MARTHA H. CORVEA 

Miami, Fl 

BOB COSTELLO 

Hioleoh, Fl 

JAMES N. COSTLEY 

Miami, Fl 



LINCOLN M. COX 

Pace, Fl 

JAMES S. CRANE 

Naples, Fl 

CAROL L. CROSKEY 

Ocala, Fl 

DENNIS J. CROW 

Stuart, Fl 



HELEN E. CRUM 

Lakeland, Fl 

ROBERT A. CRUZ 

San Antonio, Tx 

VALERIE C. CULPEPPER 

Chipley, Fl 

MARION D. CUNNINGHAM 



CUFTON C. CURRY, JR. 

Tampa, Fl 

THOMAS J. CURRIER 

Clearwater, Fl 

ARTHUR E. CUTTER 



EUZABETH J. DAHLBERG 

Lakeland, Fl 



JOHN GERARD DALY 

Maitland, Fl 

JAYNE A. DANIELS 

Watertown, NY 

DOUGLAS C. DARUNGTON 

Miami, Fl 

CLARENCE W. DASHER, III 

Mimai, Fl 



MACHELLE R. DAUM 

Panama City, Fl 

JANET L. DAVINROY 

Venice, II 

CHERYL D. DAVIS 

Tampa, Fl 

C. DARYL DAVIS 

Melbourne, Fl 



J 



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JOHN R. DAVIS 

Miami, Fl 

PATRICIA L. DAVIS 

Melbourne, Fl 

TERRY B. DAVIS 

W. Palm Beach, Fl 

DIANA LEE DE AGRO 

Cocoa Beach, Fl 



JAMES J. DEMAREST 

Bradenton, Fl 

BELINDA JO DEMARRA 

Orlando, Fl 

DOMINICK D. DE ROSE 

Ft. Myers, Fl 

KAREN K. DE ROSE 

Ft. Myers, Fl 



SHANNON B. DESMOND 

Jamestown, NY 

LOUIS F. DESSAU 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Dl NEE C.DICKSON 

Crawfordville, Fl 

JUANITA DICKSON 

Chattahoochee, Fl 



CRAIG D. DIERKSHEIDE 

Windsor, Ct 

M. KATHLEEN DILLON 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

DEBRA F. Dl NUNNO 

Brockton, Ma 

NINAM. Dl STEFANO 

Lecanto, Fl 



GAIL A. DIXON 

Vero Beach, Fl 

LA VERNE DIXON 

Madison, Fl 

CYLENTHIA G. DORSEY 

Jacksonville, Fl 

TINAJ. DOUTHAT 

Brooksville, Fl 



JAK W. DRAISEY 

Green Cove Springs, Fl 

ALICE A. DRAKE 

Lakeland, Fl 

JACQUELINE DRANETZ 

Hialeah, Fl 

TERRY C. DREW 

Groveland, Fl 



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MARTIN B. DAEXLER 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

CLIFF S. DUNAWAY 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SUSAN T. DUNN 

Altamonte Springs, Fl 

MELVIN H. DURAN 

Tampa, Fl 



LISA A. DURHAM 

Atlanta, Ga 

MAUREEN J. DURIS 

Miami, Fl 

JAMES L. DYE 

Tallahassee, Fl 

C. DIANE EARLY 

Ft. Walton Bch, Fl 



SHELLEY W. ECKERT 

Pensocola, Fl 

GERARD J. EGAN 

Tallahassee, Fl 

GARY B. EGGEBRAATEN 

Key West, Fl 

MARLYS JEAN EICHHOEFER 

Dade City, Fl 



MARIE A. ELROD 

Winter Haven, Fl 

KENT R. ELSBRIE 

Sarasota, Fl 

ROBERT M. ERVIN, JR. 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SHIRLEY ANN ERVIN 

Miami, Fl 



MARVIN D. EVANS 

Daytona Beach, Fl 

ROSLYN D. EVANS 

Miami, Fl 

GOSHTASB E. EZATI 

Tehran, Iran 

DANIEL F. FABRIZIO 

Lehigh, Fl 



RHETT M. FARBER 

Jacksonville, Fl 

LORING-MIKHAL-FEDIK 

Coral Gables, Fl 

CURLEAN M. FERNANDER 

Nassau, N.P., Bahamas 

KEITH A. FERNANDEZ 

Miami, Fl 



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VIVIAN T. FERRANDIZ 

Miami, Fl 

JANET L. FESTA 

Hollywood, Fl 

MICHAEL B. FINKELSTEIN 

Miami, Fl 

KAREN A. FLEMING 

Miami, Fl 



GEORGE K. FLOYD 

Tallahassee, Fl 

GREGORY W. FLOYD 

Winter Haven, Fl 

PATRICIA E. FLYNN 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

DAWN M. FORTUNE 

Port Richey, Fl 



GREGORY S. FOSTER 

Miami, Fl 

MARTIN G. FOSTER 

Jacksonville, Fl 

ARTHUR FOX 

Boston, Ma 

JAMES E. FOX, JR. 

Naples, Fl 



KATHLEEN A. FRENCHETTE 

Miami Shores, Fl 

PAULA FREEMAN 

Deland, Fl 

MARY ANNE FRENCH 

Pittsford, NY 

MARILYN E. FRISON 

Jacksonville, Fl 



TERRIE A. FRISON 

DeBary, Fl 

ROBIN L. FRYDENBORG 

Miami, Fl 

ALAN P. GAGGINI 

Inverness, Fl 

ROBERT GAGNON 

Ft. Collins, Co 



ROBERT M. GAMER 

Staten Island, NY 

NELSON A. GARCIA 

Miami, Fl 

TIMOTHY J. GAREY 

Flushing, Mi 

REBECCA L. GARGAN 

Tampa, Fl 



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At^^ 



DIANNEGASKINS 

Sanderson, Fl 

JOHN G. GAST 

Jacksonville, Fl 

Dl ANNE L GATTS 

Sheffield Lake, Oh 

JAMES H. GAUNT 

Panama City, Fl 



BOMI M. GAZDAR 

Tallahassee, Fl 

CAROLA. GEDRAITIS 

Naugatuck, Ct 

KATHARINE B. GEDRIS 

Tampa, Fl 

THOMAS E. GEDRIS 

Aliquippa, Pa 



MERYL S. GELDBART 

Atlanta, Ga 

STEVEN A. GELLER 

Miami, Fl 

NANCY S. GEORGE 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SHERYL A. GEORGE 

Hollywood, Fl 



GWYNNE GILBERT 

Tallahassee, Fl 

KATHY Z. GILLIS 

Tampa, Fl 

SUSIE K. GLICKMAN 

Tampa, Fl 

NANCY J. GMEUCH 

Marshall, II 



FRANCES W. GODBOLD 

Mobile, Al 

GWENN D. GODFREY 

Inverness, Fl 

LISA J. GODFREY 

Okinawa, Japan 

LAURIE B. GOLDSTEIN 

Syosset, NY 



DEBRA I. GOLUB 

Forest Hills, NY 

PATTI L. GOMER 

Orlando, Fl 

PEDRO M. GONZALEZ 

Key Biscayne, Fl 

TIMOTHY S. GOODNOW 

Princeton, Mo 



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JEFFERY D. GOODRICH 

Winter Haven, Fl 

JOHN L. GOODRICH 

Winter Haven, Fl 

PHILIP B. GORMAN 

Osmond Beach, Fl 

KATHLEEN GRANT 

Coral Gables, Fl 



SAMUEL B. GRANT 

Miami, Fl 

GLEN E. GRAY 

Tampa, Fl 

BRUCE G. GRAYBEAL 

Jacksonville, Fl 

TERESA A. GREATHOUSE 

Boca Raton, Fl 



JOY L GREEN 

Greensboro, NC 

RODNEY GREEN 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JEAN A. GRIFFEY 

Fort Myers, Fl 

DEBRA F. GRIFFIN 

Eustis, Fl 



NANCY J. GRIFFIN 

Grand Ridge, Fl 

DEBRA S. GRIM 

Fayetteville, NC 

FRANKIES.GRUBER 

Bainbridge, Go 

MOREY GRUNDMAN 

North Miami Beach, Fl 



MARK J. GUNZELMAN 

Baltimore, Md 

DEBORAH H. GOTTLIEB 

Miami Beach, Fl 

MYRNA HAFT 

Margate, Fl 

MATTHEW S. HAGLER 

Vienna, Va 



NANCY N. HAHN 

Winter Park, Fl 

CYNTHIA A. HALE 

St. Pete, Fl 

KAREN P. HALENAR 

Kissimmee, Fl 

DARIA HALEY 

Osteen, Fl 



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ROBIN T. HAMILTON 

Singer Island, Fl 

DAVID H. HARBACH 

Melbourne, Fl 

FREDRIC W.HARBIN 

Montgomery, Al 

SUSAN M. HARDING 



:^ Hollywood, Fl 



MARION HARMON 

Chipley, Fl 

VALDEE HARMON 

Chipley, Fl 

CATHY J. HARRIS 

Homestead, Fl 

DEANA K.HARRIS 

Lehigh, Fl 



TACY A. HARRISON 

Melbourne Beach, Fl 

MARGARET C. HASTINGS 

Fort Pierce, Fl 

ALAN D. HAWKINS 

Orlando, Fl 

MARY L. HAYNIE 

Pensacola, Fl 



BRUCE R. HAYWOOR, SR. 

Fort Myers, Fl 

CLAIRE E. HEATH 

Fort Myers, Fl 

PATRICIA A. HENDERSON 

Quincy, Fl 

RILEY J. HENDERSON 

Cottondale, Fl 



GREGORY D. HERBERT 

Rockford, Mi 

JOHN R. HESS 

Sarasota, Fl 

PAMELA D. HESS 

Sarasota, Fl 

BARBARA A. HESTER 

Ft. Pierce, Fl 



LESLIE JANE HICE 

Miami, Fl 

MARY BERNADETTE HINGLE 

Ormond Beach, Fl 

HELEN G. HINSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

CARY CHINTZ 

Bay Village, Oh 



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STEVEN P. HLAVAC 

Mount Dora, Fl 

EDITH M. HODGE 

Lake Wales, Fl 

ROBERT W. HODGES 

Melbourne, Fl 

WILLIAM J. HODGES 

Euclid, Oh 



MARTHAS. HOLDEN 

Marianna, Fl 

PAULA B. HOLMES 

Titusville, Fl 

WILLIAM E. HORNE 

Jacksonville, Fl 

KENNETH HOSFORD 

Hosford, Fl 



PETER T. HOULE 

Laconia, NH 

JOSEPH A. HOWELL 

Tallahassee, Fl 

DEBORAH A. HUETER 

Naples, Fl 

JOHN W. HULL 

Coral Gables, Fl 



SUSAN V. HUSTED 

Daytona Beach, Fl 

LISA A. HUTCHISON 

Washington, DC 

YOUNG O. HWANG 

Daegu, Korea 

JAMES B. HYER 

Sarasota, Fl 



MARY ELLEN IHLEFELD 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JAMES D. INGLIS 

West Palm Beach, Fl 

DONNA M.IRVINE 

Brooklyn, NY 

DESIREE A. JACKSON 

Tampa, Fl 



MICHAEL A. JACKSON 

Miami, Fl 

BETTY F. JAMES 

Deerfield Beach, Fl 

JOYCE Y. JARRETT 

Maysville, Go 

KIRK A. JASLOW 

Miami, Fl 



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TIMOTHY C. JEFFERSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ADRIENNE C.JENKINS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JANICE JENKINS 

Haines City, Fl 

MICHAEL A. JENNINGS 

Miami, Fl 



BRIAN J. JENSEN 

Traverse City, Mi 

ANTHONY O.JOHNSON 

Tampa, Fl 

LARS R. JOHNSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SALLIE R. JOHNSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 



SHIRLEY A. JOHNSON 

Pensacola, Fl 

SUSIE P. JOHNSON 

Madison, Fl 

LYNDA M. JOHNSTON 

Charlotte, NC 

HAROLD E. JONES, II 

Philadelphia, Pa 



JONI L. JONES 

Miami, Fl 

KAREN A. JONES 

Miami, Fl 

MARY L. JONES 

Mcintosh, Fl 

MARY S. JONES 

Miami, Fl 



J. JEROME JORDAN 

Jacksonville, Fl 

SUSAN L. JORDAN 

Jacksonville, Fl 

WALTER E. JORDAN, III 

Hollywood, Fl 

BRENDA J. JOSEPH 

Madison, Fl 



JULIA B. JOYCE 

Jacksonville, Fl 

DEBORAH L JUSTICE 

Jacksonville, Fl 

GIBRILT. KANU 

Makeni-Sierra Leone, West Africa 

RICK ALVIN KARP 

Altoona, Pa 



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LEANNE M. KARSTEDT 

Perry, Fl 

BETH KATZ 

Hialeah, Fl 

JOHN M. KEARNS 

Columbus, Go 

REX L. KESLER 

Quinter, Ks 



MARYBETH KETCHUM 

Winter Park, Fl 

MOHAMMED R. A. KHAN 

Karachi 

KAREN M. KILDEA 

Plantation, Fl 

JACQUELYN V. KING 

Jacksonville, Fl 



LINDA W.KINGERLEY 

Wilmington, De 

JOHN H. KIRBY, II 

Vero Beach, Fl 

ROBERT I. KIRSCH 

Miami, Fl 

LYN E. KOESTNER 

Satellite Beach, Fl 



CHAIK KOO 

Korea 

KIMBERLY D. KORN 

Daytona Beach, Fl 

AMY KORNBLATT 

Kendall PK, N.G. 

FELICIA G. KRAFT 

Boca Raton, Fl 



MARIE T. KRASOWSKI 

CYNTHIA LEE KROPP 

Bradenton, Fl 

ROBERT W. KRUSE 

Wayne, Pa 

SHARON I. KUNITZ 

Huntsville, Al 



ROBERT A. KURTZ 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

JACKY K. KWON 

Hong Kong 

NANCY JO LAIR 

Miami, Fl 

CODY W. LAMAR 

Jacksonville, Fl 



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KEVIN A. LAMARCA 

Kinnelow, NJ 

DEBRAJ. LANDAUER 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

DOUGLAS E. LANDO 

Treasure Island, Fl 

KENNETH E. LANGLEY, JR. 

Tallahassee, Fl 



JEFFREY T. LARIMORE 

Miami, Fl 

JAN LASSETER 

Panama City, Fl 

BRUCE C. LAUDIG, JR. 

Oakland, Ca 

PAMELA J. LAWHON 

Sopchoppy, Fl 



MARYELLEN J. LAWRENCE 

Fairfax, Va 

RUFUS C. LAWRENCE 

Hollywood, Fl 

DAVID M. LAZARUS 

Miami, Fl 

ANTONIETTA LAZO-GUERRA 

San Salvador, El Salvador 



SARA J. LEE 

Panama City, Fl 

BRUCE E. LEINAAR 

Jacksonville, Fl 

VALARIE J. LENNON 

Miami, Fl 

EDITH P. LEON 

Tallahassee, Fl 



STEVE C. LEONARD 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

ANN S. LESSER 

Miami, Fl 

JOI M. LESTER 

Morristown, Tn 

REGINA LEE LETTIN 

Tallahassee, Fl 



ROBERT I. LEVITT 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

JOHN L. LEWIS 

Plant City, Fl 

VERNON W. LEWIS 

Philadelphia, Pa 

LINDAJ. LIEBLER 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 



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LOUISE F. LIEBLER 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

JOHN H. LIGGONS 

Sonford, Fl 

RICHARD L LINNELL 

Lake Park, Fl 

BARBARA J. LISELLA 

Mt. Vernon, NY 



JOHN M. LIVERGOOD 

Miami, Fl 

DORIANN M. LLOYD 

Ft. Myers, Fl 

JOHN P. LOGAN 



KAREN A. LONG 

Lighthouse Point, Fl 



RODNEY D. LONG 

Sanford, Fl 

YIM CHUN LOO 

'4^^ Daytona Bch., Fl 

CINDY LEE LOUDERMILK 

Hialeah, Fl 

LAURA L. LOVAN 

Venice, Fl 



LINDA L. LOVATT 

Jacksonville, Fl 

CHARLES R. LOVELL 

V/inter Haven, Fl 

CHERYL T. LOWNDES 

St. Augustine, Fl 

KERRY A. LUCAS 

Palm Beach Gardens, Fl 



DAVID R. LUGINBUHL 

Satellite Beach, Fl 

H. SCOTT LUNSFORD 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

NANCY F. LYON 

Camp Hill, Pa 

REGINA W. LYONS 

Sarasota, Fi 



REGINA LYTLE 

Naples, Fl 

SIR CHARLES E. MACK, I 

Jacksonville, Fl 

MICHAEL F. MACRAE 

Vero Beach, Fl 

BRIAN R. MAGRUDER 

Jackson, Ms 



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ANN D. MALONE 

Tallahassee, Fl 

KRISHNA L MANFREDI 

New York City 

MARSHA L. MANN 

Avondale Estates, Ga 

IDA RUTH MARKIND 

Mt. Laurel, NJ 



STEVEN J. MARSALONA 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

JOHN C. MARSCHER 

Clearwater, Fl 

HERBERT A. MARSHALL 

Tallahassee, Fl 

KEVIN A. MARSHBURN 

Winter Haven, Fl 



DONALD C.MARTIN 

Panama City, Fl 

HORACE L MARTIN, JR. 

Apopka, Fl 

MICHAEL R. MARTIN 

Jacksonville, Fl 

LILLIAN A. MASCH 

Melbourne, Fl 



R. BRYAN MASON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

VERNELLMASSALINE 

Chipley, Fl 

ELIZABETH O. MASTEN 

Tallahassee, Fl 

LENORA R. MATHEWS 

Panama City, Fl 



EVELYN M. MATTHEWS 

Chiefland, Fl 

DARLENE MAYS 

Miami, Fl 

MELANIE JANE MC CALL 

Quincy, Fl 

STEPHEN J. MC CARTHY 

Miami Beach, Fl 



THERESA ANN MC CAULEY 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

MICHAEL H. MC CLELLAN 

Hauana, Fl 

NANCY M. MC CLURE 

Jacksonville, Fl 

MAUDE E. MC DONALD 

St. Petersburg, Fl 



J 



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MICHAEL J. MCDONALD 

West Palm Beach, Fl 

SHARON MC ENTEE 

Cocoa, Fl 

JACQUELINE L. MC GILL 

Miami, Fl 

MARYANN E. MC GUIRE 

Pompono Beach, Fl 



SHEILA R. MC KEITHEN 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 

STAR K. MC KENZIE 

Miami, Fl 

LISA S. MC LENDON 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fl 

STANLEY G. MC LEOD 

Jacksonville, Fl 



THOMAS M. MC NAMARA 

Orlando, Fl 

WANDAS. MEADOWS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SHEREE ANN MERCADANTE 

Tampa, Fl 

MICHAEL G. MEREDITH, JR. 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 



CHERYL I. MESH 

Winter Park, Fl 

THEODORE V. MICKENS 

Perry, Fl 

BENJAMIN J. MICKLER 

Jasper, Fl 

KEVIN S. MILLER 

Naples, Fl 



MELISSA M.MILLER 

Miami, Fl 

PATRICIA C.MILLER 

Pensacola, Fl 

PETER W. MINFORD 

Temple Terrace, Fl 

ELIN K. MITCHELL 

Orlando, Fl 



MARTHA J. MITCHELL 

Fort Myers, Fl 

KERTIOUS MONDY 

Miami, Fl 

THERESA L. MONSOUR 

Jay, Fl 

DAVIDJ. MONTROIS 

Watertown, NY 



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BETSY MOORE 

Miami, Fl 

FELISHA M. MOORE 

Miami, Fl 

HOWARD M. MOORE 

Brooklyn, NY 

SCOTT M. MORAN 

St. Petersburg Beach, Fl 



JAMES R. MORGAN 

Havana, Fl 

RANDALL E. MORRISON 

Lakeland, Fl 

VICKI L. MORRISON 

Cape Coral, Fl 

BRENDA C. MORROW 

Orlando, Fl 



BARBARA A. MORTELL 

Green Bay, Wi 

ELINOR S. MOUNT 

Panama City, Fl 

GARY L MOUNTAIN 

Brooksville, Fl 

MATTHEW S. MUDANO 

Tampa, Fl 



SUPOMO MUKDJIZAT 

Jakarta, Indonesia 

KAY SEYMER MUNDAY 

Gulf Breeze, Fl 

MARK S. MUNDAY 

Gulf Breeze, Fl 

RAY B. MUNROE 

Tallahassee, Fl 



JOAN P. MURPHY 

Tall., Fl 

JEROLD E. MURRY 

Columbia, SC 

SUSANN NABERHAUS 

Indialantic, Fl 

DIANNAM. NEAL 

Milton, Fl 



LORIANN NELSON 

Fort Walton Beach, Fl 

RICHARD ALAN NELSON 

Los Angeles, Ca 

VALOIE C. NELSON 

San Francisco, Co 

PAMELA D. NEWELL 

Panama City, Fl 



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V. 




JACQUELINE NEWSOME 

Bradenton, Fl 

LEIM T. NGUYEN 

Saigon, Vietnam 

MARK A. NICKERSON 

Hialeah, Fl 

DAVIDS. NIX 

Waynesboro, Va 



VELDA L. NORTH 

Miami, Fl 

JAVIER NUNEZ 

Miami, Fl 

AMBROSE C. OFUANI 

Nigeria 

MARK Y. OKASAKO 

Hialeah, Fl 



MACK X. OLIVERIO 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

J. SCOTT OLSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ADEL-MARIE O'REGEN 

Clearwater, Fl 

ADEOYE OROFIN 

Ipepe, Ondo 



SUSANJ.ORR 

Milton, Fl 

LYNNE. ORRIK 

Alexandria, Va 

KELLY L OVERSTREET 

Tallahassee, Fl 

WILLIAM R. OWEN 

Palmetto, Fl 



FUSUN M. OZSEZEN 

Palm Beach, Fl 

MINDY PAIGHT 

Weston, Ct 

ANNELLA E. PALMER 

W. Palm Beach, Fl 

CHRISTINA T.PAT ALA 

Melbourne, Fl 



JULIE D. PATCH 

Jacksonville, Fl 

RUTH A. PATRICK 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

JOAN R. PATTEN 

Pensacola, Fl 

DARLEAN PATTERSON 

Chattahoochee, Fl 



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ANGELISA E. PATTI 

Jacksonville, Fl 

DAVID R. PATTY 

Cape Coral, Fl 

VERNON E. PAUL 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ROSS E. PAYNE 

Miami, Fl 



JUDITH R. PEARL 

Miami, Fl 

ROSE M. PEARSON 

Miami, Fl 

VIRGINIA D. PENISTON 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

ALINA M.PEREZ-STABLE 

Miami, Fl 



GAIL E. PERRYMAN 

Hialeah, Fl 

CISSY PETTY 

Winter Haven, Fl 

ROBERT L PHILLIPS 

Kansas City, Mo 

MARIA C.PINON 

Melbourne, Fl 



KRISTEN C. PLATI 

Hollyv/ood, Fl 

MARY C. PONT 

Indialantic, Fl 

VIRGINIA L PORTER 

Inverness, Fl 

ELIZABETH N. POWER 

Tampa, Fl 



ELAINE A. POWERS 

Peoria, II 

LYNDA A. POZAR 

Cooper City, Fl 

ARNEL J. POZIN 

Orange Park, Fl 

CHARLENE F. PRATT 

Lexington Park, Md 



GLENWOOD C. PRATT 

New Port Richey, Fl 

TINA M. PREVETTE 

Glen St. Mary, Fl 

DENISE A. PRITCHETT 

Miami, Fl 

JONATHAN HALL PROBY 

Miami, Fl 



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CHARLES W. PROCTOR 

Tallahassee, Fl 

J. AMANDA PURDOM 

Winter Park, Fl 

KIMQUINN 

Boca Raton, Fl 

JILL MARIE QUISLER 

Miami, Fl 



BARBARA A. RABE 

Miami, Fl 

TRISHA A. RADULOVICH 

Tallahassee, Fl 

WILLIAM L. RAFFERTY 

Miami, Fl 

HORACE RAGLER, JR. 

Pensacola, Fl 



FREDRICC. RAINE 

Valley Stream, NY 

SHARON L. RAMOS 

Hicksville, NY 

DONNA F. RAND 

Pensacola, Fl 

THOMAS J. RANDLE 

Coral Gables, Fl 



LAUREL KAY RANDOLPH 

North Palm Beach, Fl 

MARGARET A. RANDOLPH 

Shadeville, Fl 

VICKI L. RASCONA 

Somerset, Pa 

ANTHONY RAY 

Jacksonville, Fl 



KAY ELIZABETH REDMOND 

Sanford, NC 

MICHAEL LEE REESE 

Albany, Ga 

GREGORY S. REHKOPF 

Largo, Fl 

PATRICIA A. REID 

Pensacola, Fl 



RICHARD D.REINERT 

Tallahassee, Fl 

MALDRICK E. RICH 

Milton, Fl 

HARLAN RICHARD HOPCHIK 

Norristown, Pa 

LEE A. RICHARDS 

Hannibal, Mo 



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PATRICIA W.RICHARDS 

Pensacola, Fl 

WILLIAM F. RICHARDSON 

College Park, Ga 

JAMES P. RILEY, JR 

Decatur, Ga 

PATRICK J. RILEY 

Venice, Fl 



ROBERT W. RILEY 

Tallahassee, Fl 

MARTA L. RIQUELME 

Astoria, LLC, NY 

EDWIN C. ROBERTS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JACQUELINE ROBERTS 

Macclenny, Fl 



JANET L ROBERTS 

Tehran, Iran 

LUCY M. ROBERTS 

Monticello, Fl 

SUSAN E. ROBERTS 

Mary Esther, Fl 

EULA R. ROBINSON 

Belleglade, Fl 



JANE K. ROBINSON 

Spartanburg, SC 

STEVE M. ROBINSON 

Tall., Fl 

RICHARD C. RODGERS 

Vero Beach, Fl 

WILLIAM H. ROGERS, IV 

West Palm Beach, Fl 



ROSALIND A. ROLAND 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

SUSAN L. ROOS 

Miami, Fl 

BARBARA ANN ROOT 

Largo, Fl 

LINDA Z. ROSS 

West Palm Beach, Fl 



ROBIN I. ROSS 

Miami, Fl 

WANDA D. ROWELL 

J Williston, Fl 

HURLEYW. RUDD, JR. 

Tallahasse, Fl 

A. DENISE SAGERHOLM 



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CARLOS SALTZ 

Miami, Fl 

JOANNE SAMERGEDES 

Miami, Fl 

LAURA M.SANDERS 

Miami, Fl 

KENNETH SAPP 

Doytona Beach, Fl 



STEPHEN C. SATERBO 

Winter Haven, Fl 

HOWARD M.SAUL 

North Miami Beach, Fl 

WILLIE C. SAVAGE 

Pensacola, Fl 

MARY S. SAVARINO 

Miami, Fl 



WILLIAM M. SCARPINO 

Ft. Myers, Fl 

LINDA L. SCHERER 

Jacksonville, Fl 

THERESE ANNE SCHLICHTE 

Hollywood, Fl 

DAVID P. SCHMIDT 

Miami, Fl 



RENE A. SCHREIBER 

Lake City, Fl 

TRACY W. SCHULIS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

CAROL R. SCHWARZ 

Tampa, Fl 

CINDY SCIANDRA 

St. Pete., Fl 



AGNES D. SCIPIO 

Hilliard, Fl 

BEVERLY S. SCOTT 

Havana, Fl 

WALTER CHARLES SCOTT 

Chiefland, Fl 

ROBIN L. SEABRANDT 

High Springs, Fl 



PAMELA M. SEARS 

Arlington, Va 

MITCH E. SEGERMEISTER 

Miami, Fl 

MARK F. SEIDL 

Hollywood, Fl 

SHELUE S. SEMAN 

Arlington, Va 



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PAMELA L. SHANAHAN 

Orlando, Fl 

DEBRA L. SHARP 

Lakeland, Fl 

DEMISE D. SHERRON 

Hialeah Gardens, Fl 

GARYS. SHIMMINGER 



SUZANNE SHOEMAKER 

Tallahassee, Fl 

CAROLYN ANN SHOOK 

Ft. Myers, Fl 

CAROL S. SHORE 

Miami Beach, Fl 

BEVERLY L. SHOUPP 

McAllen, Tx 



ANGELA D. SHUMAN 

Jacksonville, Fl 

RICK SIDDONS 

Winter Park, Fl 

PAMELA A. SIMMS 

Miami Beach, Fl 

DANIEL E.SINGHAUS 

Orlando, Fl 



JAMES F. SIWEK 

Miami, Fl 

GREGORY D. SLAGLE 

Fort Lauderdale, Fl 

RHONDA C. SLATER 

Cocoa, Fl 

NATALENE SLEDGE 

Panama, Fl 



DEBRA Y. SLONEKER 

Jacksonville, Fl 

ANNE D. SMITH 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ANTOINETTE E. SMITH 

Tampa, Fl 

ELIZABETH SMITH 

St. Petersburg, Fl 



ELIZABETH L. SMITH 

Miami, Fl 

KENDEL R. SMITH 

Mary Esther, Fl 

KENT A. SMITH 

South Miami, Fl 

MARK A. SMITH 

Port Charlotte, Fl 



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MARTHA J. SMITH 

Bristol, Fl 

SERGIO O. SMITH 

Coral Gables, Fl 

VICKIE S. SMITH 

Bonifay, Fl 

WAYNE G.SMITH 

Tallahassee, Fl 



WHARTON P. SMITH, III 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SANDRA M.SMOUSE 

Ft. Laud., Fl 

ROBERT A. SNODGRASS 

Deerfield Beach, Fl 

CYNTHIA C. SNOW 

Lakeland, Fl 



BARRY J. SOLOMON 

North Miami Beach, Fl 

CAROL K. SOLOMON 

Bristol, Fl 

STEPHANIE SOMERSET 

Fort Walton Beach, Fl 

DAVID C. SPALDING 

Middleburg Hts., Oh 



STACY A. SPENCER 

Pensacola, Fl 

BEVERLY T. SPENGLER 

St. Augustine, Fl 

DELMAR SCOTT SPIVEY 

Tarpon Springs, Fl 

EVE G. SPRATT 

Charlotte, NC 



DEBBIE L. STANLEY 

Hosford, Fl 

GARY S. STEIN 

N.Y., NY 

WILLIAM B. STETSON 

Glenview, II 

REATHER M. STEWART 

Macclenny, Fl 



A. LOUIS STILES, JR. 

Fort Walton Beach, Fl 

DARLENE G. STILES 

Ft. Walton Bch., Fl 

STEPHEN C. STOKES 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

PAULA ST. PIERRE 

Birmingham, Al 



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CARL E. STRIDFELDT 

Miami, Fl 

LINDA M. SUBLETT 

Sarasota, Fl 

SUSAN L. SUNKA 

Zephyrhills, Fl 

JAYG. SURLES 

Tallahassee, Fl 



J. JEFFREY SWEENEY 

North Redington Beach, Fl 

SEYED H. TABATABAIE 

Tehran, Iran 

ROY L. TALLEY, JR. 

Tallahassee, Fl 

FRANK "DALLAS" TAYLOR 

Tallahassee, Fl 



JAMES B. TAYLOR 

Gotha, Fl 

JULIANNE TAYLOR 

Tyndall AFB, Fl 

NANCY A. TAYLOR 

Cocoa Beach, Fl 

WILLIAM F. TAYLOR 

Flemington, NJ 



ANTHONY C. TERRY 

Tampa, Fl 

JANET LEE THEWMAN 

Rockaway Park, NY 

BARBARA J. THOMPSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

LAURA A. THOMPSON 

Washington, DC 



RACHAEL H. THOMPSON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SCOTT J. THOMSON 

Murrysville, Pa 

PIA S.THORNTON 

Jacksonville, Fl 

PATRICIA M. TIMMER 

Daytona Beach, Fl 



JAY TINKOFF 

Rego Park, NY 

CARL A. TOSTON 

Jacksonville, Fl 

LINDA S. TOZER 

Merritt Island, Fl 

PAUL A. TRAVAGLIONE 

Central Valley, NY 



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DEBORAH A. TREESH 

Gulf Breeze, Fl 

SUSAN M. TROUT 

Lonsdale, Pa 

HEIDI TUCKER 

Tallahassee, Fl 

DAVID M. TUNE 

Tampa, Fl 



SHIGEO D. TUOHEY 

Ft. Walton Bch., Fl 

JOHN P. TUTTELL 

Orlando, Fl 

HELEN M. TYLER 

St. Petersburg, Fl 

PHYLLIS M. TYNES 

Key West, Fl 



KAREN VAN DEN HEUVEL 

Boynton Beach, Fl 

LISA A. VANDERGRIFF 

Pensocolo, Fl 

ELLEN E. VAUGHAN 

Winter Haven, Fl 

ANANIAS C.VEIZAGA 

Cochobambo, Bolivia 



TARA ANNE VICK 

Orlando, Fl 

ELIZABETH C. VICKERS 

Fort Pierce, Fl 

SAYNAM VIRAKONE 

Laungprobong, Laos 

CHRISTINE K. VOGEL 

Jacksonville, Fl 



CHRISTOPHER K. VOGEL 

Miami, Fl 

JOANNA O.VOSBURGH 

Jacksonville, Fl 

PATTI L. VOSS 

Lady Lake, Fl 

BRENDA G.WALKER 

Oviedo, Fl 



CARLETTE I. WALKER 

Brooksville, Fl 

DINAH H. WALKER 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JACQUELINE L. WALKER 

Winter Park, Fl 

JORETTA WALLACE 

Hollywood, Fl 



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MIRIAM S. WALLACE 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SHERRY M. WALLS 

Pensacola, Fl 

ROBERT L. WALTERS 

Lakeland, Fl 

RUSSELL J. WAMBLE 

Columbus, Ms 



ALICIA R. WANZA 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SUSAN M. WATERS 

Lakeland, Fl 

FREDERIQUE WAYNE 

Miami Bch., Fl 

DIANA WEARS 

Tallahassee, Fl 



DIANE C. WEAVER 

Melbourne, Fl 

JOHN F. WEBB 

Jacksonville, Fl 

JODY L. WEBSTER 

Lake Worth, Fl 

LEAH R. WEINSTOCK 

Hollywood, Fl 



STUART C. WEINSTOCK 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ANDREW P. WELLER 

Kingston, Jamaica 

CHERLYNN WELLS 

Hollywood, Fl 

LEO D. WELLS 

Bushnell, Fl 



JANIS A. WENDT 

Lake Geneva, Wi 

DON WEST 

Warwick, Rl 

JOHN WESTMORELAND 

Miami, Fl 

KATHY M. WEVILL 

Delran, NJ 



CYNTHIA M. WEYGANT 

New Haven, Ct 

CYNTHIA LEE WHIDDON 

Tallahassee, Fl 

THOMAS W. WHIDDEN 

Tallahassee, Fl 

BARBARA JEANNE WHITE 

Winter Haven, Fl 



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GINGER WHITE 

Jacksonville, Fl 

PAMELA J. WHITE 

Vero Beach, Fl 

PATRICIA A. WHITE 

Pensacola, Fl 

RICHARD A. WHITE 

Panama City 



SALLY E. WHITE 

Attica, In 

GRETA C. WHITEHEAD 

Tallahassee, Fl 

ELAINE N. WHORTON 

Jacksonville, Fl 

KATHRYN A. WILDER 

North Miami Beach, Fl 



MARK A. WILKINSON 

Bradenton, Fl 

MARY ELLEN WILKINSON 

Greenville, SC 

ARLENNA WILLIAMS 

Miami, Fl 

BERTHA M. WILLIAMS 

Lakeland, Fl 



CAROLYN P. WILLIAMS 

Havana, Fl 

CAROLYN P. WILLIAMS 

West Palm Beach, Fl 

DOVIE J. WILLIAMS 

Bartovv, Fl 

GREGORY P. WILLIAMS 

Panama City, Fl 



HOLLY WILLIAMS 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fl 

JIMMY J. WILLIAMS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

JOE EDWIN WILLIAMS 

Miami, Fl 

JONI C. WILLIAMS 

Sanford, Fl 



PETER F. WILLIAMS 

New Providence, NJ 

RACHEL R. WILLIAMS 

Lakeland, Fl 

SHAVON L. WILLIAMS 

Miami Beach, Fl 

WOLINA WILLIAMS 

Tampa, Fl 



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ANTOINETTE T. WILLIS 

Tallahassee, Fl 

EBBA V. WILSON 

Tampa, Fl 

LISA K. WILSON 

Perry, Fl 

MARY L. WILSON 

Miami, Fl 



RONALD L. WIMBERLY 

Miami, Fl 

RANDALL E. WISE 

Hialeah, Fl 

MARY J. WISSICK 

Eustis, Fl 

LETHA F. WITHROW 

Tallahassee, Fl 



STANTON R. WITHROW, JR. 

Tallahassee, Fl 

MARICA W. WOOD 

Tampa, Fl 

SHANNON G. WOOD 

Panama City, Fl 

WENDY LEE WOOD 

Satellite Beach, Fl 



ANNA L. WOODALL 

Ft. Pierce, Fl 

PHYLLIS C. WOOLAVER 

Springfield, Va 

VELMA G.WRIGHT 

Riviera Beach, Fl 

GLENN E. YEARY 

St. Petersburg, Fl 



DAWN A. YOUNG 

West Palm Beach, Fl 

REBECCA E. YOUNG 

Panama City, Republic of Panama 

THERESA J. YOUNG 

Delray Beach, Fl 

DENISE A. ZABINSKI 

Pensacola, Fl 



SHARON K. ZABITOSKY 

Bunnell, Fl 

RICHARD ZACCHIA 

Merrick, L.I., NY 

JEFFREY A. ZAWADA 

Tallahassee, Fl 

SCOTT ZEPFLER 

Fanwood, NJ 



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St. Petersburg, Fl 

C. SCOTT ZINN 

Naples, Fl 



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SILVER CHIEFS 

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RENEGADE 

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SAVAGE CLUB 

SPIRIT CLUB 
SEMINOLE CLUB 





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AREA CHAIRMEN 
COMMITTEE OF 100 

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Serving the Florida State Community Since 1973 




Mickey Mouse & Bob Knight 
(Mlcl(ey Mouse, left) 




Our highly skilled and eager staff ready to serve you — 1979 



Good Luok Graduates 

Just as you are ready to grow and 

expand your interests in a wider 

world, we've embarked on new horizons 

by planning our 18th store - in 

Tallahassee's Governor's Square. 

Good luck to each ot you - may you 

make full use of your potential. 

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Northwood Mall, 
Tallahassee 

Selling Tallahassee's Finest 

Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes 



SIGNS OF LIFE. 



Compliments 
of 

Tallahassee 

Coca Cola 

Bottling Co. 




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THE PLACE FOR 
EVERYTHING 



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The place for produce 

Fruit and vegetable lovers 
love our produce ^"^ 
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The place 

for variety If you can't 

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you'll find it at Publlx. 

We know variety 

makes shopping a 

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The Danish Bakery 

We bake everything 
fresh every day in 
every Danish Bakery 
You'll taste the 
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The Deli From cheese 
and cold cuts to a 
complete dinner for 
ten, the Deli means 
good times for 
everybody - 
including the 
hostess. 





Conveniences lil<e photo 
processing Just drop off 
your film when you do your 
shopping. You'll get quick 
service, Publix quality and 



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Lisa, good luck in the future, I'm sure ABX will 
benefit from your leadership. 

Phi Mu, congratulates our graduating seniors. 
Best wishes and remember the days you've 
spent here. 

With pride in the history of our land and a 
forthright view of the future, we look forward to 
our bicentennial year. 

AAK: Go out in the world and leave a trail— I'll 
be thinking 'bout you. ILY— YLS 

Wa-Wa Who? 

Those of you who think you know everything are 
annoying to those of us who do. 

This is so Confusciousing. 

These classified ads are not drug induced. 

Make what you do today important because 
you're exchanging a day of your life for it. 

Jack; How does it feel to be in the real world? 

I wonder if David Rigby ever bought a yearbook? 

Congratulations Dr. Abdul— ACC300 was a pain! 

To fight the unreachable star; to reach the im- 
possible dream; to dream the unfightable foe 
. . . (sung to the tune, "If you think I'm sex- 
y."). 

Mike, May your knees never hurt. Thanx for all 
your help. 



CLASSIFIEDS 

P.B., Was that you in the Wescott Fountain? RAS 

"I don't know what got into me ... I went to 
the U.S. ... I ate hamburgers & coca-cola . . . 
I wore a ten-gallon hat, and then I invaded Viet- 
nam."— Teng Hsiao-ping 



Florida State University is THE University of 
Florida. 

Chris; Dr. Richie misses you! 

Alan Hawkins; Best wishes in the coming years, 
I'm sure we'll meet again, you working at GM 
me at ISI, or something along those lines . . . 

Congratulations Delta Delta Delta Seniors, we'll 
miss you. L W. and Friends 

Bumpermania 



Bev; Who would have thought you could have 
made a face like that. Best Wishes. 

Kappa Delta wishes all our seniors the best of 
luck ... get out of life everything you want. 

What? No Elmo and Elmodine? 

Congratulations Theta Chi Graduates! The Little 
Sisters. 

To the girl in the cut-offs at the Chuck 
Mangione concert . . . Meet me at Homeplate 
October 1. An Admirer 

Wanted: Tourguide, must have knowledge of 
such famous FSU landmarks as the Tex Ivester 
Tunnel, Kellum Zoo, and the Landis Fountain. 
Apply in Person. 



Gift; Is it true you are growing a beard? 
Remember B.J. Allen's Human Relations class 

Is there life after college? 

We all live under the same sky, but we don't all 
have the same horizon. -Konrad Adnauer 

What ever happened to those clowns on the 4th 
floor? Beats me. 

Mira, Mira, El gato es mucho gordo, pero que 
lindo, y es unpoco stupido tambien! 

UL, 

How much is that giraffe in the window? Thanks 
for being a good friend, Good luck in HRA and 
everything else. GEP 

GS, 

Remember Dr. Winter's geology class, he is the 
only person that could keep you awake. Good 
luck, Luv, B.G. 

Jan, Be good and keep in touch. Luv, CJ 

Remember Kellum Zoo! 

So much for 4 a.m. fire drills 

Sake— Luck and Love Always 

ISI— Do you believe we got this done! 

F.S.U.-Good-Bye! 



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AARONSON, N. Physics, B.S.; Delta Tau Delta 
Fraternity, Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honorary 
ABDULKADER, A. Accounting, D.B.A.; Arab Club, 
President 1975-77, International Student Association, 
Muslim Student Association 

AGREE, T. Real Estate, Risk Mangment & Ins., BS 
AIKENS, K. Child Development & Early Childhood 
Ed., B.A.; Block Home Economics Club Officer, Dorm 
Government Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities, American Home Economics Club Member, 
S.G.A. Volunteer Worker for Child Development 
AIKENS, L. Psychology, B.A.; TCS, BSU, Little Sister 
Club, Reading, Sewing, Baking, Dancing, B.A. Psy., 
Minor Rehab, Sociology 
AIRAGHI, S. Elementary Education, B.S. 
AKIL, A. Elementary Education, B.S.; Honor Student, 
Ambition — Elementary Education Teacher, Hobbies 
— Dancing, Listening to Music and Cooking, Motto: 
Love, Life, and Happiness 

ALBANO, A. Psychology, B.A.; FSU Orientation Com- 
mittee, Psi Chi. 

ALFONSO, L. Visual Arts, BA; AE4> Dean's List 
ALLAIN, R. Accounting, B.S.; Minority Business 
Students Assn., Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, 
National Achievement Scholar 
ALLEN, P. Art Education, B.S. 

ALLEN, P. Early Childhood Edu., B.S.; Phi Theta Kap- 
pa, Kappa Delta Pi 

ALVGREZ, M. Elementary Education & Early 
Childhood, B.S.; Newman Club, Flog Football, Dan- 
cing, Dean's List, Bike-Riding 

AMONS, J. Fashion Merchandising, BS, Minor: 
Marketing: Phi Chi Theta Sorority, Fashion Incor- 
porated, BHEC, American Home Economics Research 
Team, AHEA, Black Student Union, Black Student Af- 
fairs 

ANDERMAN, M. Finance; Skydiving, Airline 
Transport Pilot, Gliders. 

ANDERS, L. Physical Education, B.S.; Member of Phi 
Epsilon Kappa 

ANDERSON, J. Physics, BA; Joy, Enrichment, Smiles, 
Laughs, Sympathy, Love 

ANDERSON, J. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Fashion 
Inc., Model Board, 1978 BSU Spring Fashion Show, 
CHEK, Block Players Guild, 8 — Days of Dance, Spr- 
ing 1978, Phi Chi Theta 

ANDERSON, R. Fash. Mdse., Bachelor of Science; 
Dean's List, Clothing and Textiles, Secretary & 
Treasurer of Black Home Economics Club. 
ANDERSON, S. Marketing, B.A.; Speech Minor, 
Marketing Club, Intramural Softball 
ANDERSON, S. Accounting, Bachelor; Kappa Delta 
Sorority, Beta Alpha Psi, Campus Crusade for Christ 
ARTHUR, S. Co-Major — Library Science, Art 
History, BA; Newspaper — Dorman Hall Fall 1977, 
Fellowship Club 1977-1978, Soltos — Undergraduate 
Executive Board Member 1977-1978 
ATRAM, M. Library Science, MS 
AUSTIN, A. Speech Communication, B.S. 
AUSTIN, J. Government, B.S.; Government Students 
Association — Secretary, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Gamma 
Mu 

BAILEY, J. Social Science, B.A.; Minor — Business Ad- 
ministration, Interested in the Spanish Language, Ac- 
complished Degree While Working in State Govern- 
ment Full-Time. 

BAKER, G. Risk Management and Insurance and Real 
Estate, Bachelor of Science; Gamma Iota Sigma 
(Treasurer 2 Yrs.), Intramural Sports, Rho Epsilon 
Member 

BAKER, J. Sociology, BA 

BAKER, J. Management, Business Admin.; Flying, 
Fishing, Hunting, Deans List 



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Of the 

Graduates 

Of 1979 



A. 



BAKER, V. Mental Retardation, B.A. 
BALDWIN, G. Accounting, BS; Water Skiing, Flying, 
Church 

BALKCUM, R. Marketing, BS 
BANKS, C. Criminology, B.S. 

BAPTIST A, A. International Affairs, B; FSU Equestrian 
Club, Dean's List, Southern Scholarship Foundation, 
Wentworth Scholarship, Selby Scholarship, Foreign 
Languages 

BARBER, M. Finance, BS; Phi Theta Kappa in 
Freshman and Sophmore Year 

BARNES, O. Management, B.A.; Interestes — Sports 
and Securing a Job As a Manager or Asst. Manager 
Upon Graduation. 

BARRS, E. Home Economics Education, B.S.; Baptist 
Campus Ministry, Omicron Nu, Frances Champion 
Scholarship, Selby Foundation Scholarship, Dean's 
List. 

BARTOS, B. Criminology, B.S.; Intramural Softball, 
Criminology Club 

BASS, D. Fashion Merchandising, BS; Fashion Inc. 
BAYUS, J. English, B.A.; Delta Zeta Sorority, FSU 
Dean's List 

BEARDEN, P. Accounting, B.S.; Member of Beta 
Alpha Psi National Accounting Fraternity, Vice- 
President of Phi Chi Theta National Business Fraternity 
for Women, Member of Phi Theta Kappa National 
Honorary Fraternity 

BECKER, K. Psychology, BA; Pilot Scholarship House 
Resident, Enjoys Dancing, Racketball ^ the Beach 
BECKER, U. RMI, B.S.; Gamma Iota Sigma, Derelicts 
BELEFANT, H. Biology, BS; Biology Club — Vice 
President, Delta Zeta Sorority, Fencing Club, Debate 
Club, Student Advisory Committee 
BELL, C. Elem. Education, B.S.; Thanks to My Wonder- 
ful Wife Margaret and My Son Micheal Who Gave 
Me Their Love, Time and Encouragement, Thanks to 
My Mother and Father for Their Love and Support 
BELL, D. Criminology, BS; Member of Block 
Criminology Association, Member of LAE (Criminal 
Justice Association) 

BELLAMY, A. Biology, BS; 4 Years on Seminole Tennis 
Team 

BENEDETTO, D. English & Business, B.A.; My Hobbies 
Are Ballet, Modern Dance, Tennis and Intramural 
Sports 

BENNETT, J. Criminology, B.S.; Accomplishments — 
Dean's List Spring 78, Interests — the Pursuit of Fun & 
Frolic 

BENTLEY, V. FDN/Dietetics, Bachelor of Science 
BERGMAN, N. German, BA; Activities — Swimming, 
Running, Dance, Interests — Foreign Languages, 
Music, Cinema, AccompI — Dean's List 
BEYER, F. Botany, Bachelors (BA); Special Interest in 
Foreign Languages. 

BIANCHI, P. Elem. Ed., Elem. Education (B.A.); Chess, 
Bowling 
BIANCO, C. Education, B.S. 



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BIFFLE, J. Marketing, B.S.; Champagne and Peanuts, 
Bonsi Bombers, Rocquetball, Marketing Club 
BILOTTO, V. Real Estate Marketing, BA; Varsity Track 
& Field 4 Yrs., Treasure of Marketing Club, Burger 
Chef Eating Champ, Pie Eating Champ — Freds, Big 
Dadd's, Stonehenge. 

BINDON, B. Home Economics Ed., B.S.; AHEA 
BISHOP, B. Geography, BS 

BISHOP, K. Finance, B.S.; Member of Baptist Campus 
Ministry, Member of 1978 Dorm Football Champions, 
Hobbies: Football, Tennis, Swimming, and Hunting 
BISHOP, P. Housing, BS 

BLACK, L. Fashion Merchandising, BS; President of 
Textile Colorists & Chemists, Fashion Incorporated, 
Thanks FSU, I Enjoyed It. 

BLAIR, S. Fashion Merch., BS; Florida State Fashion 
Board Member, Fashion Incorporated Member, Chair- 
man for Upcoming Events for Fashion Inc. 
BLANCO, A. Sph. Comm., B.A.; Student Gov't Elec- 
tions Commission, Voter Awareness, Young Democrats 
BLUM, R. Special Education, MA; Enjoy Dancing, The 
Outdoors, and Working with Children 
BODEN, N. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Fashion Inc., 
Model Board, Water Skiing 

BOLTON, B. Speech — Communications, B.A.; F.S.U. 
Debate Team 1976-1978, Backgammon, Golf, Tennis, 
Diving Semi-Finalist State of Fl. Debate 1976-77, 
Semi-Finalist Stetson DeBate Tourny 77 
BOMAS, A. Criminology, BS; XA'P American 
Criminal Justice Association, Eastern Orthodox 
Organization 

BONOMO, P. Nursing, BSN 
BORDERS, C. Management, BS 
BORDMAN, A. Criminology, 
Honor Society 

BOUIE, R. Political Sciences, B.A 
Politics, Dradutes School 

BOURNE, C. Chemistry, B.S.; Swimming, Camping, 
Cycling, Reading, Dean's List 
BOYD, J. Hotel and Restaurant Adm., B.S. 
BOYD, W. Criminology, B.S.; U.S. Marine Corps 
P.L.C., Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, June 1979 
BRAUNSTEIN, E. Social Work, BS in Social Work; 
Member of ASSW, NASW, Participated in Intramural 
Football, Hobbies include Jogging, Roquet Boll, Swim- 
ming and Partying, Member of AHII Fraternity, 
Future Will be Devoted to Assisting Others. 
BRENNAN, C. Real Estate, B.S.; Rho Epsilon Member 
Two Years 

BREWER, P. Marketing, BS; FSU Marketing Club 
Member, Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister, Activities — 
Rocquetball, Golf 

BRIGLIO, B. Accounting, B.S.; Member of Gamma 
Iota Sigma, Also Secretary for 2 Years, Member of 
Beta Alpha Psi, Recipient of 2 Merit Scholarships, 
Becker CPA Review Campus Representative, Accoun- 
ting Tutor 

BRITT, J. Interior Design, BS; Kappa Delta Sorority, 
American Society of Interior Design, Met My Future 
Husband at Florida State University, Love You, David 
BROWN, L. Criminology, B.S. 

BROWN, R. Fashion Illustration, B.A.; Member of 
Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and Social Chairman, 
Little Sister of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Interests: Fly- 
ing, Scuba Diving, Horseback Riding and Dancing. 
BROWN, S. Crimonology, B.S.; Sports — Tennis, 
Softball, Reading, Meeting New People 
BROWNYARD, A. Hotel Restaurant, Business, Society 
of Hosts 

BROXMEYER, D. Psychology, Bachelor of Arts; Cam- 
pus Crusade for Christ, Who's Who Among American 
College Students, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Notional Merit Scholar, Dean's List 



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BRUNER, B. Elem. Ed., B.S. ' 

BUBB, B. Finance, B.S.; Finance Society, Delta Tau 
Delta Fraternity, Active in Independent Intermurals, 
National Honor Society — Phi Theta Kappa — at 
Miami Dade Junior College, Junior College Deans List 
4 Times 

BUCHHOLZ, J. Hotel/Restaurant, B.S.; Theta Chi 
Fraternity, Society of Hosts 

BUCKLEY, C. Criminology, B.S.; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's 
Who, Varsity Softball Team, Women's F-Club, Presi- 
dent, President's Medal for Academic Achievement 
BUDZINSKI, K. Bus. Management, 
BULLOCK, F. Bio., B.A.; All Sports, IIKA 
BUNN, A. Accounting, B.S.; Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Beta Alpha Psi, Sailing Club 

BURCHILL, III, D. Criminology, BS; Honors Graduate 
BURTON, S. Marketing, BS 
BUTIN, B. Government, Bachelor of Science 
BUTTERWORTH, P. Fashion Merchandising, BS; 
Fashion Inc., FSU Model Board 
BYER, M. Psy, B.A. 

BYLER, J. Finance, BA; Member Delta Sigma Pi, 
Member Finance Society 

CALAMARO, V. Nutrition, BS; Enjoying Myself, En- 
joying Myself, Enjoying Myself, But Making It 
CAMERON, M. Geography, B.S.; Bicycle Touring, 
Learning New Things, Active Sports, Photography, 
History and Architecture, Meeting People 
CAMPBELL, G. Accounting, BS; Minority Business 
Students Association, Intramural Sports 
CAMPBELL, N. Management, BS; Degree is in Man- 
power Planning and Human Resources or Personnel 
Management, Studying Weather As an Amateur Is My 
Favorite Hobby, Others Include Baseball, Football, 
Fishing and Working Hard for FSU. 
CAMPER, D. Criminology, BA; Dorm Government, In- 
tramural Sports 

CANELAKES, D. Social Work, BSW 
CANNON, R. Early Childhood Education, B.S.; Presi- 
dent, Delta Zeta Sorority, Who's Who, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Rho Lambda, Dean's List 
CANON, S. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Member 
Fashion Inc. 2 Yrs., Member F.S.U. Model Board 2 Yrs. 
CARLEY, S. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Fashion In- 
corporated, Block Home Economics Club — Vice- 
President 

CARLSON, J. Hotel & Restaurant Admin., Bachelor of 
Science; Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraterni- 
ty, Society of Hosts, Florida Restaurant Education 
Foundation — Scholarship Recipient, Thanks F.S.U., 
Greatest Thanks to You Mom and Dad, Chow! 
CARR, T. Criminology, B.S.; Phi Gamma Delta, Vice- 
Pres. I.F.C., Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities, Mortar Board, 
Garnet & Gold Key, Army ROTC 
CARROLL, L. Speech Communication (Public 
Relations), Bachelor's; Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority 

CARTER, JR., C. Management (Business), B.S.; Com- 
missioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army In- 
fantry on March 16, 1979 

CARTER, J. Art, BA; Water Sports, Photography, 
Graphic Arts 
CARTER, K. Art, BFA 
CASEY, D. Criminology, B.S. 

CASTANEDO, M. Early Childhood Edu., Bachelor of 
Science; "Get Involved with Children", Thanks for 
Everything Mom and Dad 

CHABROL, A. English (CW), Bachelor of Arts; Vice- 
President of Broward Hall, President of IRHC, Captain 
of (IM) Bowling Team 1978 & '79, Officer in Naval 



ROTC 

CHAMBLISS, T. Accounting, Bachelors of Science 
CHASTEEN, T. Chemistry, B.S.; Horseback Riding, 
Tennis, Drawing, Painting, History, Philosophy, Animal 
Rights and Conservation, Science in General. 
CHEEVER, R. Music Composition & Computer 
Science, Bachelors; National Merit Scholarship, 
Rotoroct Club, Secretary of Dean of Music's Advisory 
Committee, Treasurer of Tallahassee Classical Guitar 
Society, Dean's List for 12 Quarters 
CHESNEY, W. Marketing, BS; Sigma Alfa Epsilon 
Fraternity Pledge Master, FSU Rugby Club, All Cam- 
pus Soccer Champs, Intermurals 
CHOW, D. Accounting, B.S.; Sports, Photograph, 
Music 

CIMINO, C. Social Work, Bachelor of Science 
CLARK, R. Vocational Rehabilitation, B.S.; Dancing, 
Sewing, Listening to Music. 
CLARKE, K. Housing, B.S. 

CLEVELAND, R. Hotel — Restaurant Admin., B.S.; 
Member Society of Hosts 

COLLINS, P. Leisure Services & Studies, B.S.; Member 
of Recreation Club, Dance Club 
COLONEL, J. Business Management, Bachelors; Foot- 
ball 76, NAACP 

COMPHER, J. Leisure Services & Studies, B.S.; Chi 
Omega Sorority, N R.P.A., F.R.P.A. Rec Club, In- 
tromurals, Timer, M.A.L.E. Club 
CONNELLY, J. Accounting, BS 

CONNOR, A. Finance, BS; Pi Beta Phi Sor, V. Presi- 
dent of Mental Advancement, Kappa Alpha Little 
Sisters; Treasurer, Finance Society 
COOPER, R. Medical Technology, Bachelor of Arts & 
Sciences; Original Member of First F.S.U. Lacrosse 
Team, Member of Fall 78 Dorm Flag Fllotball Cham- 
pionship Team!, Witness of 2 F.S.U. Victories Over the 
U.F. Gators (37-9), (38-21)! 

COPELAND, P. School Soc. Work; Bachlor of Science; 
Secretary of the Black Students Social Workers 
Association — Psychology — Minor 
CORBIN, A. Management, B.S.; President — Pi Kap- 
pa Phi — 1978 

CORREIA, D. Accounting, B.S.; Member Phi Delta 
Theta Fraternity; Treasurer, Vice-President, President, 
LaCrosse Club 

CORVEA, M. Psychology/Social Work, Bachelor of 
Arts; Honors Student, Phi Theta Kappa Member, Psi 
Chi Psychology Honor Society — Secretary, Member 
of Board of Directors SCI, Member of Social Work 
Organization, Latino Club Member. 
COSTELLO, B. Multinational Business, B.S.; Captain 
of Dorm Football and Softball Teams, Member of 
AIESEC, Ran for Student Government President 
COSTLEY, J. Hotel & Restaurant Administration; 
Member of Flying High Circus, Gamma Iota Sigma, 
Society of Hosts. 
COX, L. Govt., B.A. 

CRANE, J. Nuclear Physics, BA; Likes to Wash 
Railroad Tracks, Paints Telephone Booths, Jock, Com- 
munist Hater, Valedictorian, Expert on Floride 
Toothpastes 

CROSKEY, C. Government, B.S.; Florida State 
Chapter NAACP, Seminole Youth Program — Tutor. 
CROW, D. Marketing, BA; Commissioned from Air 
Force ROTC, President and Director Tallahassee Flying 
Club Inc. 

CRUM, H. Humanities, B.A.; Phi Beta Kappa, Art 
History, Lit. 

CRUZ, R. Computer — Science, BS; AFROTC, Arnold 
Air Society Member, TKO Karate Instructor 
CULPEPPER, V. Early Childhood Ed., B.S.; Member 
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CUNNINGHAM, M. Elementary Edu., B.S.; Ambition: 
Elementary Education Teacher, 1977-78 Miss Gold, 
1975 Miss Northwest Fort Lauderdale Scholarship, 
Hobbies: Dancing, Listening to Music and Cooking 
CURRY, JR., C. Marketing, B.S.; Interfroternity Coun- 
cil President, F.S.U. Student Senator, Homecoming 
Court, Theta Chi Fraternity, Garnet & Gold Key, 
Homecoming Steering Committee, Parking Violation 
Appeals Board 

CURRIER, T. Speech Communications, BA; Plans a 
Carreer in Public Relations, Interested in Developing 
Musical Talents. 

COTTER, A. Brain Surgen, M/D; MVP Swim Team 
(Puerto Rico), 3.74 Grade Avrg., Did 4 Lines in a Row 
DAHLBERG, E. Fashion Merchandising, B.A. Degree; 
Member of Phi Mu Sorority, Secretary of Rotoroct, 
Member of Alliance Froncaise, Member of Fashion 
Inc., Dean's List, I Mode It! 
DALY, J. Management, Bachelor of Arts 
DANIELS, J. Fashion Design, B.S.; Tarpon Club, 
A.H.E.A., Interests: Sewing, Swimming, Painting 
DARLINGTON, D. Mass Communications, BS 
DASHER, III, C. Communications, B.A.; Member of 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; Theta Eta Chapter — 
Historian-Reporter 77-79, Member of the World 
Hunger Project, Tallahassee, C.W.D. Ill — S.S.S., Stu- 
dent — 75-79 

DAUM, M. Spec. Ed. — MR, BA; AS — Mental 
Health Tech., AA — General Ed. 
DAVINROY, J. Home Economics ED, BS; Sailing Club, 
American Home Economics Assoc — President, 
Omicron Nu, Big Sister 

DAVIS, C. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; President of 
the Block Home Economics Club, Kay Kihen, A 
Member of AHER, Interests; Sewing, Dancing, Tennis, 
Singing 

DAVIS, C. Marketing, BS; Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, 
Dean's List, Honor Society, Intramurols 
DAVIS, J. Biology, B.A.; Intramural Sports, Boxing 
Club 

DAVIS, P. Accounting, B/S; Accounting Club, Alpha 
Beta Chi 

DAVIS, T. HRA, BA; Assistant Treasurer Theta Chi 
Fraternity, Member Society of Hosts 
DE AGRO, D. Math with Computer Science, B.S. 
DEMAREST, J. Management, Bachelor 
DE MARRA, B. Music Therapy, Bachelor of Music 
Therapy; Member of Music Therapy Club, Alpha Mu, 
Assistant Student Representative to Student's National 
Music Therapy Organization. 

DE ROSE, D. Criminology, B.S.; Criminology Club, 
Tennis, Bowling 

DE ROSE, K. Accounting, B.S.; Deans List, Enjoy Ten- 
nis, Bowling, and Water Skiing. 
DESMOND, S. Criminology, B.S.; Itm. Softball, LEA 
— Criminology F. 

DESSAU, L. Hotel & Restaurant Administration, B.S. 
Business; A.I.E.S.E.C. 77, Society of Hosts 77-78, 
Scuba Diving, Photography, 73 MGBGT, Thanks to: 
My Parents, Marisa, Hotel School 
DICKSON, D. Marketing, B.A.; Marketing Club 
DICKSON, J. Social Work, BSW 
DIERKSHEIDE, C. Management, Bachelor of Science; 
Vice President Pi Kappa Phi, House Manager, 
Outstanding Athlete, Church Council, Charter 
Member FSU Flying Club, Participated Intramural 
Sports, Enjoy Traveling and People. 
DILLON, M. Math Education, BS 
Di NUNNO, D. Applied Moth., Bachelor of Science; 
Phi Eta Sigma, Math National Honary Fraternity, 
Italian National Honary Fraternity, Florence Program 
1977, FSU Flog Corp, Intramurols. 
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DIXON, G. Leisure Services & Studies, B.S.; Rec Club, 
NRPA, FRPA, Treasurer of Rec Club, Co-Rec Racquet- 
ball Champion, Official Intermurols 
DIXON, L. Sociology, B.S. 

DORSEY, C. Criminology, Bachelor of Science; Black 
Criminology Association 

DOUTHAT, T. Food & Nutrition, B.S.; Pi Beta Phi 
President, Garnet & Gold Key V.P., Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Rho Lambda V.P., Rotaroct, Who's Who, Mor- 
tar Board, Sec. 

DRAISEY, J. Public Relations, B.A.; Southern 
Scholarship Foundation, Photography, Public Speak- 
ing, CPE Instructor, Food Service Director 
DRAKE, A. Elem. Ed., B.S.,- Phi Mu Sorority, Pianist, 
Enjoy Dancing, I'm Crazy About GROC 
DRANETZ, J. Math, BS 
DREW, T. Accounting, B.S. 

DAEZLER, M. Criminology, B.S.; Tennis, Skiing, 
Photography 

DUNAWAY, C. Biology, Bachelor of Science; Reciev- 
ed A. A. degree from Tallahassee Community College, 
Member Phi Theta Kappa Scholastic Honorary T.C.C., 
Member Pre-Dental Club, FSU, Member Eta Sigma 
Gamma, National Health Honorary, FSU, Goal is 
Dental School, Like Fishing, Sailing and Other Water 
Sports. 

DUNN, S. Health Education, B.S.; ETA Sigma Gamma 
Health Science Honorary 

DURAN, M. Social Work, BS; President Magnolia 
Hall 1978-79, Vice President Inter Residence Housing 
Council 1978-79, Thanks to My Family Who Made It 
All Possible. 

DURHAM, L. Marketing, BS; FSU Marketing Club 
Member, FSU Modeling Board, Dean's List, Racquet- 
ball 

DURIS, M. Visual Art (Painting), BFA; Student Ad- 
visory Council, Vice President Student Art Assoc. 
DYE, J. History, BA 

EARLY, C. Social Work, Bach; Vice-President Spiritual 
Growth Baptist Campus Ministry 76, Tarpon Club 77, 
78, Interests: Swimming, Music, Sports 
ECKERT, S. Management, BS; Summa Cum Laude, 
Association for Computing Machinery, Signa Iota Ep- 
silon. Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Southern 
Scholarship Foundation 

EGAN, G. Social Work, BSW; Interest in Psychology, 
Philosophy Member of Outstanding Young Americans. 
EGGEBRAATEN, G. Mathematics, BS; President, 
Mathematics Teaching Club, Student Advisory Com- 
mittee (Mathematics Education) 
EICHHOEFER, M. Accounting, BA.; Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Garnet and Gold Key, Beta Alpha Psi, Mortar 
Board, Pilot Scholarship House, Southern Scholarship 
Foundation, Rotoract 

ELROD, M. Political Science, B.S.; I Plan to Go on to 
Law School in the Fall of 1979, I Want to go Into 
Politics and Eventually Become a Judge or Justice. 
ELSBREE, K. Marketing, B.A.; F.S.U. Ski Club, F.S.U. 
Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, 
Sigma Chi, A Great Guy 

ERVIN, JR., R. English, B.A.; L.P.O. Advertising and 
Public Relations Committee, L.P.O. Film Committee, 
Chairman Campus Film Series Sub-Committee, 1st 
Place Recipient Lambda Iota Tau Annual Essay 
Contest Award 

ERVIN, S. Criminology, BS; Member — Black 

Criminology Association, Member — Black Student 

Union, Member Nat'l. Association for Criminal Justice 

Majors. 

EVANS, M. American Studies/German, BA 

EVANS, R. Accounting, B.S.; Treasurer Minority 

Business Student Association (1978-79), Member Phi 



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Chi Theto, Treasurer of N.A.A.C.P. (1977-78) 
EZATI, G. Economics, Ph.D.; FSU Shotokan Karate 
Club 

FABRIZIO, D. Moss Communications, B.S.; Southern 
Scholarship Foundation, Dean's List, Sports Reporting 
FARBER, R. Asian Studies/Business, BA or BS 
FEDIK, L. Psychology & Computer Science, BS; Was 
Responsible for the Famous Doctored Flambeau Photo 
of the Meir Kahane Incident 

FERNANDER, C. Elementary Education, Library 
Science, B.A.; Certified Teacher in Nassau Bahamas 
Since 1968, Was Vice Principal at Columbus Primary 
School, Nassau, Secretary of Caribbean Club, FSU, 
Member, Watson Temple Collegiate Choir, Enjoys 
Sewing and Teaching. 

FERNANDEZ, K. International Affairs, B.A.; Eminent 
Recorder — Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Spring 78, 
Member: Pi Gamma Nu; Social Science Honorary, 
Member: Roteract, Mortar Board, Dean's List Spring 
78, Intramural Sports 

FERRANDIZ, V. Food and Nutrition, Dietetics; Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister and 
Sweetheart, Member of Today's Nutrition 
FESTA, J. Food and Nutrition, B.S.; Delta Gamma 
Sorority, i^AH Little Sister President, Todays Nutrition 
Club, Associate Member of the American Dietetics 
Association, Intramurals, Deans List 
FINKELSTEIN, M. Criminology, Bachelor of Science; 
Certificate of Law Enforcement 

FLEMING, K. Art. Education, BS; Art Education Club, 
Art History — Minor 

FLOYD, G. Accounting, BS; Hunting, Fishing, Girl 
Chaseing, Etc. 

FLOYD, G. Criminology, B.S.; Alpha Phi Alpha, Frat., 
Inc., Student Senate, Dorm Government, Senate Ser- 
vices & Activities Committee, NAACP, B.S.U. 
FLYNN, P. Physical Education, B.S.; Member of the 
Southern Scholarship Foundation, Intramural Football 
and Softball, Member of Delta Psi Kappa 
FORTUNE, D. Food and Nutrition, BS; Food and 
Nutrition, Today's Nutrition Club 
FOSTER, G. Government, B.S.; Pres. — Pi Sigma 
Alpha, Member — Alpha Kappa Delta, Vice-Pres. — 
Broward Dorm, Member — Gov't. Students Assoc, 
Representative — Inter-Residence Hall Council 
FOSTER, M. Business, BS; Gamma Iota Sigma 
(Member), Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball 
FOX, A. Humanities, BA; Student Member of Faculty 
Committee Re-evaluating the Humanities Program 
(1977). 

FOX, JR., J. Accounting, Bach, of Arts; Vice Com- 
modore — Florida State University Sailing Associa- 
tion, Rec Council Representative, Commodore — 
Buena Vista Yacht Club 
FRECHETTE, K. Visual Disabilities, B.A. 
FREEMAN, P. Marketing, BA 
FRENCH, M. Food & Nutrition, Home Economics 
PRISON, M. Child Development, B.S.; Interested in 
Working with Small Children in Any Situation. 
PRISON, T. Elem. Educ, B.S.; Gamma Phi Beta Sorori- 
ty — President, Vice Pres., Panhellenic Delegate, 
Panhellenic Treasurer, Rho Lambda, Pres., Garnet & 
Gold Key, Sec. & Vice Pres., Who's Who in American 
Colleges & Universities, Theta Chi Frat. Little Sister 
PRYDENBORG, R. Music Education, B.M.E.; "R and R 
Frydenborg", Singing, Piano, Guitar, Composing, 
Union Pool Lifeguard, Running "Be Here Now", LCFC 
GAGGINI, A. Sociology, BS; Member LAE, Magna 
Cum Lauda, Thanks Mom and Dad. 
GAGNON, R. HRA, B.A. 

GAMER, R. Speech Communications, B.S.; Survived 
Freshman Year at Kellum, Leisure Program Office, Par- 
ties at the White House, Freds, Poor Pauls, Football 



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GARCIA, N. English Business Co Moj., B.A. 
GAREY, T. Social Science/International Affairs, B.S.; 
Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society 
GARGAN, R. Home Ec. Education, B.S.; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, Omicron Nu, National Deans List — 4.0 
GPA, American Home Economics Association — 
Treasurer, Secretary 
GASKINS, D. Elem. Edu., BS 
GAST, J. Management, B.S. 

GATTS, D. Fashion Merch., B.S.; Fashion Inc. 
American Home Economics Ass'n. American Ass'n. of 
Textile Chemists and Colorists, Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Sorority 

GAUNT, J. Mathematics, B.S.; Chi Phi Fraternity, Phi 
Eta Sigma Honor Society 

GAZDAR, B. Bus. Adm., B.S.; Western India Boxing 
Champion (Lightweight Div.), Jr. Maharashtra State 
Swimming Champion 

GEDRAITIS, C. Early Childhood Edu., B.S. 
GEDRIS, K. Anthropology, M.A.; Thesis in 
Archaeology, Member of Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Secretary — Treasurer of F.S.U. Anthropological 
Society, Anthropology Graduate Class President and 
Representative to the Faculty 1976-77. 
GEDRIS, T. Chemistry, Ph.D.; Pocket Billiards (Repeat 
A. C.U.I. Regional Representative From F.S.U. 1979 
and U.S.F. 1971), Bonsai Society Member, Inorganic 
Chemistry Division Seminor Committee 1976 
GELDBART, M. Creative Art, BA; Member of the 
F.S.U. Water Ski Club, Deans List, Painting and Draw- 
ing Specializing in Fashion llustration 
GELLER, S. History, B.A.; Young Democrat President, 
Student Senate Committee Chairman, Rush Chairman, 
AEIl Fraternity, Inter-Fraternity Council Represen- 
tative, Secretary of the Interior, Big Brother, AOil 
Sorority 

GEORGE, N. Management, BS; It's Never Too Late! 
GEORGE, S. Library Science/Eng., BA; Interested in 
Creative Writing and Childrens Literature 
GILBERT, G. Medical Technology, BS; Alpha Gamma 
Delta 

GILLIS, K. Art History, BA; Art History Student 
Organization 

GLICKMAN, S. Ctov, Gto; Sec. of Iranian Student 
Ass., Liturgy Club, Knitting, Sky Diving 
GMELICH, N. Education, B.S.; Sky-Diving, "I 
Jumped" Award '78 

GODBOLD, P. Real Estate & Finance, BS — 
Undergraduate; Member of Alpha Lambda Delta and 
Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Societies, Member of 
Chi Omega Social Fraternity, Dean's List Student 
GODFREY, G. Finance/Management/Multi-National; 
B.S. Business Admin.; Phi Beta Lambda, Finance Socie- 
ty, President of McCollion Hall, Florida Bankers 
Scholarship 

GODFREY, L. Meteorology, B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta 
Treasurer, Vice Pres, President, Alpha Beta Chi, Pi 
Kappa Phi Little Sister, Intramural Chairman ABX 
GOLDSTEIN, L. Finance, BS; Finance Society 
GOLUB, D. Social Work, BSW 

GOMER, P. Fashion Merchandising, B.A.; Marketing 
Minor, Member of Fashion Inc., National Member of 
AATCC, Student Advisory Committee Member for 
Clothing and Textiles 

GONZALEZ, P. Accounting, B.S.; Beta Alpha Psi, 
Sigma Delta Pi, Dean's List, Frisbee Club, Cum Laude, 
Shaolin Kung Fu, and a Lot of Party. 
GOODNOW, T. Leisure Services Admin. B.A.; Sigma 
Chi Fraternity, 1978 Derby Chairman, Lil Sister — 
Evel Knevel Award, Moving Auto Handstands, "A. P.", 
Loon, "Smoked Mullet", When in Doubt, I Did — 
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GOODRICH, J. Accounting, Bachelors; Beta Alpha Psi 
— Accounting Fraternity, Intramural Softball 
GOODRICH, J. Real Estate/Pre Law, B.S. Business; 
Member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Intermural 
Softball 

GORMAN, P. English Lit., B.A. 

GRANT, K. Mass. Communications, Bachelor of 
Science 

GRANT, S. Visual Communications, Bachelor of Arts; 
Member of Fashions Menagerie, Member of Shells, 
Member of New Dimensions, Intramural Broward Hall 
Participant, Dorrio's Favorite 

GRAY, G. Mathematics, Masters; F.S.U. Sailing Club 
(Officer), Russian Club, IIB.M Mathematical Society 
GRAYBEAL, B. Industrial Arts Ed., B.S.; Elections 
Commissioner, Industrial Arts Club, Musician, 
Traveler, Love of Vintage Autos and Fine Woodwork 
GREATHOUSE, T. Interior Design, BS; ASID Member 
GREEN, J. Psychology, BA 

GREEN, R. Hotel/Restaurant Admin., Business; In- 
tramurols. Resident Assitant 

GRIFFEY, J. Marketing, B.S.; Marching Chiefs, 
Southern Scholarship Foundation 
GRIFFIN, D. Marketing, BBA; AAFI Sorority, i;AE Lit- 
tle Sister 

GRIFFIN, N. Early Childhood Education, BA; Inter- 
mural Football (Shabuckets), ACEI 
GRIM, D. Economics, B.S.; Christopher Newport 
College, Newport News, Virginia 1975-1977, Florida 
State LIniversity, Tallahassee, Florida 1977-1978 
GRUBER, F. Leisure Services & Studies, BS; FSU 
Recreation Club, Florida Recreation and Parks 
Association, National Recreation and Porks Associa- 
tion, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Girl Scout Leader, 
Thanks Ray, Roy III and Suzanne for Helping Me 
Through! 

GRUNDMAN, M. Accounting, BS. 
GUNZELMAN, M. Meteorology, B.S.; F.S.U. Inter- 
murals, Florida State Student Chapter, A. M.S., Stu- 
dent Representative, Met. Dept., NCAA Weather Ser- 
vice, Future: Hurricane Reconnaissance Pilot 
Meteorologist 

GOTTLIEB, D. Social Work, B.S. 
HAFT, M. Spec. Ed./Vis. Dis., B.S.; Jogging, Hooking 
Rugs, Hillel, Swimming, Bike Riding 
HAGLER, M. Hotel — Restaurant Administro., 
Bachelor of Science in Business 

HAHN, N. German, Bach, of Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Sorority, F.S.U. German Club, Junior Year 
Abroad, Munich, W. Germany 

HALE, C. Italian, BA; Minors In French and Business, 
Phi Mu, Italian Club 

HALENAR, K. Early Childhood Educ, B.S.; Dorman 
Hall Newsletter — Fall 1977, Newman Club 1977- 
1978, A. C.E.I. 1978-1979, President 1979 
HALEY, D. Physical Education, B.S. (A. A.); Phys. Educ. 
Major, Member of National Honor Sorority Delta PsI 
Kappa, Active in Gymnastics and Horsemanship. 
HAMILTON, R. Marketing, BS; I Made It! 
HARBACH, D. Sociology, Bachelor; Swimming, 
Coaching, Juvenile Rehabilitation, Athletics, Interest in 
Humanity 

HARBIN, F. BS College of Communications; FSU 
Water Ski Club, Air Personality WFSU-FM, 
Cameraman — WECA-TV 

HARDING, S. Biology, BS; Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi 
Kappa Phi, FSU Biology Club, FSU Sailing Club, 
Magna Cum Loude, Program in Medical Sciences 
HARMON, M. Math Education, BS; Weight Training 
HARMON, V. Biology, Pre. Med; Alpha Chi Sigma, 
Dean's List, Sewing, Sports, Photography, Reading, 
Traveling. 
HARRIS, C. Marketing, B.S. 



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HARRIS, D. Visual Disabilities, Spec. Educ, B.S.; 
Dean's List 
HARRISON, T. Finance, BA 

HASTINGS, M. Elementary Education, B.A.; Dean's 
List, Letter of Merit From Leon County Public School 
System 

HAWKINS, A. Business, BA; FSU Marketing Club, 
AMA, Shell Oil Procurement Grant, Alpha Beta Chi, 
Thanks Mom & Dad!! 
HAYNIE, M. Dietetics, BS 
HAYWOOR, SR., B. Criminology, BS 
HEATH, C. Special Educ, Mental Retardation, B.S.; 
Dean's List 

HENDERSON, P. Crm/Soc, BS 
HENDERSON, R. Social Work, B.S. 
HERBERT, G. Mathematics, B.S.; Member of Air Force 
ROTC and Arnold Air Society 
HESS, J. Social Work, B.A. 

HESS, P. Music Therapy, B.A.; Sigma Alpha Iota, 
Womens Glee Club, Dean's List 
HESTER, B. Communication, B.S.; Army ROTC, Black 
Student Union, FSU Gospel Choir, 2nd Lt. United 
States Army 

HICE, L. Speech Communication, B.S.; Kappa Delta 
Sorority, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister, Florida 
State Batglrl, Florida Public Relations Association 
Member, Thanks Mom & Dad. 

HINGLE, M. Home Economics Education, B.S.; Delta 
Zeta Sorority, Mortar Board, National Deans List, FSU 
Deans List, American Home Economics Association 
HINSON, H. Sociology, Bachelor of Science 
HINTZ, C. Finance, B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta — Treasurer, 
Panhellenic Representative, Kappa Sigma Little Sister, 
Finance Society 

HLAVAC, S. Creative Art, BA; Air Personality — 
WFSU-FM, Photography, Graduation Show, Universi- 
ty Fine Arts Gallery, March 1979 
HODGE, E. Criminology, BS; Music, Sports — Soft- 
ball — Tennis 

HODGES, R. Industrial Arts, BS Education; Music Elec- 
tronics 

HODGES, W. Criminology, B.S. 
HOLDEN, M. Criminology, B.S.; Activities Includes: 
Cooking, Sewing, Dancing, and Most of All Meeting 
New and Interesting Peoples. My Primary Interest Lies 
in the Humanitarian Capacity. 

HOLMES, P. Foreign Language Ed., B.A.; F.S.U. Fly- 
ing High Circus 

HORNE, W. Biology, Bachelor of Science; FSU Soccer 
Club, Campus Crusade for Christ, Baptist Campus 
Ministries 

HOSFORD, K. Accounting, BS in Business; Interest — 
Playing the Piano, Singing, and Running and 
Horseback Riding, Goals — Pass the CPA Exam and 
Then Attend Law School. 

HOULE, P. Real Estate, Bachelor of Arts; Rho Epsilon 
Real Estate Fraternity, Kellum Hall Dorm Government, 
FSU Photography Laboratory Assistant 
HOWELL, J. Finance, BS; Sailing 
HUETER, D. English, B.A.; Tennis, Swimming, Good 
Neighbor — Cawthon Hall 

HLiLL, J. Marketing — Spanish, B.S.; Publicity Direc- 
tor A.I.E.S.E.C. FSU Karate Club 
HUSTED, S. Housing, B.S.; Member: Housing 
Awareness, Member: American Home Economics Assn. 
HUTCHISON, L. Hotel & Rest. Management, Bachelor 
of Science; Society of Hosts, Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Sorority, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 
HWANG, Y. Accounting, B.A.; Beta Alpha Psi 
HYER, J. Marketing, B.S.; F.S.U. Marketing Club, 
AMA, F.S.U. Rugby Club V.P. 
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INGLIS, J. Finance, Business Admin.; Finance Society, 
Classic Car Club of America. 

IRVINE, D. Criminology, B.S.; Deans List, Lambda 
Alpha Epsilon, American Criminal Justice Association, 
Dance 

JACKSON, D. Speech Communications, Bachelor of 
Science; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities, Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., 
Roteroct Service Organization, Alpha Epsilon Rho, 
Black Student Union, NAACP, Public Relations — Ma- 
jor, Journalism — Minor 

JACKSON, M. Hotel Restaurant, Business; Minority 
Business Student Association, Society of Host, 
Scholarship Black American Fund 
JAMES, B. Criminology, Bachelors; Black Criminology 
Association, Delta Sigma Theto Sorority, Black Stu- 
dent Union 

JARRETT, J. Accounting, Business Adm.; Member of 
Phi Chi Theto, Beta Alpha Psi, BCM 
JASLOW, K. Accounting, BS; Member Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Member Beta Alpha Psi, Active in Intramural 
Sports 

JEFFERSON, T. Crm., BS 

JENKINS, A. Criminology, B.S.; Black Criminology 
Association, Interests — Music, Bowling 
JENKINS, J. General Home Economics; B.S.; Ac- 
tivities: BHEC — 1977-79 — Communications Chair- 
man, AHEA — 1979, Interests — Sewing, Modern 
Dance, Art, I Would Like to Thank My Parents & 
Friends for the Inspiration & Encouragement 
JENNINGS, M. Accounting, BS; Outdoor — Indoor 
Sports Activist, Member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraterni- 
ty, Member of Minority Business Ass., Member of the 
Tallahassee Urban League, Specia Services Tutor — 
Counselor (75-78), Fraternity Treasurer (76), Dean of 
Pledgees (78), Goal — Tax Specialist 
JENSEN, B. Marketing, B.S.; Thank You Mom and 
Dad, Marketing Club, Contemporary Jazz, Dance, 
Women, Captain F.S.U. LaCrosse Team, Money 
JOHNSON, A. Meteorology, B.S.; Basic Studies 
Honor Program, PI Mu Epsilon — National 
Mathematics Honor Fraternity, Local and Nation 
American Meteorloglcal Society, National 
Meteorological Forecasting Contest, WFSU Radio 
Weather 

JOHNSEN, L. International Affairs, BA; Dean's List — 
Winter 1978, Spring 1978 

JOHNSON, S. Community Health, B.S.; Eta Sigma 
Gamma (1) (2) President, Rotoract, Student Advisory 
Comm (COE), TMRMC Auxiliary, Dean's List. 
JOHNSON, S. Social Work, BSW; The Daughter of 
Mr. & Mrs. Freddie L. Johnson, A Graduate of 
Washington High School In Pensacola, Graduated 
with an AA Degree from Pensacola Jr. College and 
Attended Last Two Years at FSU. 
JOHNSON, S. Elem. Edu., B.S.; Tennis, Sewing, 
Reading — Interests 

JOHNSTON, L. Mathematlcs/Cpmputer Science, BS; 
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Treasurer of Zeta 
Tau Alpha Sorority, IBM Summer Technical Program 
JONES, II, H. Biological Sciences, Bachelor of 
Science; Chess Club, President of PI Mu Sigma Biology 
Club 

JONES, J. Criminology & Government, Bachelor of 
Science; A20 LAE, Black Criminology Association, 
GSA, Gospel Choir, NAACP, Public Administration 
Graduate Association — Secretary, Dean's List 5 
Quarters 

JONES, K. Special Education/Mental Retardation, 
B.S. 

JONES, M. Dietetics, B.S.; Interest — Cooking, Bowl- 
ing, Listening to Music. Future Goal — Would Like to 
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JONES, M. Social Work — Child Therapy, BS; Peer 
Counselor, Public Relation, Modeling, AA Degree, Big 
Sister, Child Development Center 
JORDAN, J. Finance, BS Business 
JORDAN, S. Government, B.S.; Union Board Can- 
didate — Fall 1978, Government Student Association 
Member 

JORDAN, III, W. Criminology, BS; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity 

JOSEPH, B. Fashion Design, B.S.; Black Home Ec. 
Club, Sewing, Tennis and Singing 

JOYCE, J. Speech Pathology, BA; Tarpon Club, 
Garnet & Gold Key, Alpha Lambda De Ho, 
Wilderness Club, Women's Glee Club, Intramural 
Sports, Dorm Government, Who's Who 
JUSTICE, D. Microbiology, Bachelor of Arts; Dean's 
List in College of Arts and Sciences for 2 Years, 
Biology Club 

KANU, G. Meteorology, B.S.; Member of F.S.U. 
Soccer Team, Likes Playing Tennis, Volley Ball, Ping- 
Pong, Hobbies: Fishing, Gardening 
KARP, R. Accounting, B.S.; Beta Alpha Psi, Hillel, 
F.S.U. Intramurals 

KARSTEDT, L. Elementary Educ, B.S.; Swimming, 
Painting, Arts & Crafts, Sewing, Reading, Cooking, 
Working with Young Children 

KATZ, B. Education, B.S.; Kappa Delta Pi, A. E.C.I. 
KEARNS, J. Marketing, BS 
KESLER, R. Biology, B.S. 

KETCHUM, M. Accounting, B.S.; Phi Eta Sigma 
National Freshman Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi 
National Honor Society, Ballroom Dance Club, Fen- 
cing 

KHAN, M. Marketing, B.S. (Business Admin); Tennis 
Team. 

KILDEA, K. Criminology, B.S. 
KING, J. Rehabilitation Services, Bachelors 
KINGERLEY, L. Finance, BS 

KIRBY, II, J. Biology, BS; Intramural Sports, IRCC 
S.G. Pres. 1976-77, Flo. Blue Key Award, Thonks 
Mom, Dad, Kim and Kevin. You're Always in My 
Heart. 

KIRSCH, R. Accounting, Bachelor's; Vice-President 
Alpha Beta Chi — 3 Yrs., Beta Alpha Psi, Miami News 
Carrier of the Week 

KOESTNER, L. Physical Education, Bachelor of 
Science; A^K Honorary Physical Education Fraternity, 
Intramural Softball Championship Team, Past Presi- 
dent of TKE Little Sisters 
KOO, C. Chemistry, BS 

KORN, K. Anthropology, Bachelor of Arts; Specialty: 
Archeology, Minor: Government, Honors: Dean's List 
KORNBLATT, A. Leisure Services & Studies, B.S.; 
F.S.U. Womans 14.1 Pocket Billiards Champion, 
Marching Chiefs, L.P.O., Intramurals, Recreation Club, 
N.R.PA., F.R.P.A. 

KRAFT, F. Social Work & Psychology, B.S.; Vice- 
President, President, Floor Rep. Smith Hall, Secretary 
Association of Students in Social Work, National 
Association of Social Workers, Dean's List, Garnet & 
Gold Key, Inter-Residence Hall Council, CPE, LARC 
KRASOWSKI, M. Interior Design, BS 
KROPP, C. Biology, B.A.; Intramural Racquetball, 
Football, Softball, Little Sister <t>O0 , Dean's List, 
Italian Honor Society 

KRUSE, R. Hotel — Restaurant Administration, 
Bachelor of Science; Intramural Football, Basketball, 
Softball, Society of Hosts, Gulf Winds Runners 
Association 

KUNITZ, S. Music Therapy, Bachelor of Music; Vice 

President — Alpha Mu, Music Therapy Club, Sgt.-ot- 

Arms — SAI Yearbook Chairman — SAI University 

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KURTZ, R. Management, BS; Alpha Kappa Psi, 
Member of F.S.U. Marketing Club. 
KWON, J. Accounting, B.S. in Business; Recreational 
Director — Chinese Student Associations, Members of 
the National Accounting Fraternity — Beta Alpha Psi 
LAIR, N. Accounting, Bachelor of Science; Sigma Kop- 
po Sorority, Marching Chiefs Flog Corps, Rotorocf, 
Sailing 

LAMAR, C. Biology, BS; Sports, Any Type, Medical 
Journals, and Biology of Any Type Dealing with 
Human Body Function. Thank You Family. 
LAMARCA, K. Finance, Multinational Business, Bach. 
Bus. Admin.; Finance Society, Intramurals Softball, 
Music, Sports, Football Games, "Fred's", "Poor 
Paul's", "White House", Saturday Night Live 
LANDAUER, D. Music Education, B.A.; Marching 
Chiefs, Symphonic Band, Tou Beta Sigma, Student 
Music Educators Association 
LANDO, D. Marketing & Real Estate, B.S. 
LANGLEY, JR., K. Biology, B.S.; Sigma Nu Fraternity, 
Rotoroct, Mortar Board, IFC Rep., Phi Eta Sigma. 
LARIMORE, J. Accounting, BS; Accounting — Major, 
Comp. Sci. — Minor, Kung Fu — Block Sash 
LASSETER, J. Psychology, B.A. 

LAUDIG, JR., B. Leisure Services & Recreation, BS; 
U.S. Naval Reserve, Viet Nam Veteran, Young Life 
Council, Recreation Club, Outdoor Pursuits Co- 
ordinator — Leisure Programming Office, Cum-Loude 
LAWHON, P. Home Ec. Ed., BS; Baptist Campus 
Ministry, American Home Economics Assoc. 
LAWRENCE, M. Fashion Merch., BS; AATCC, AHEA, 
Dean's Student Advisory Council, Jogging, Tennis 
LAWRENCE, R. Marketing, B.A.; Member of the FSU 
Chapter of the American Marketing Association, 
Member — Beta Theto Pi Fraternity 
LAZARUS, D. Inter-American Studies, BA; Student 
Senator, Vice President of Political Affairs in Young 
Democrats, Interests: Playing Saxophone and Writing 
Jazz Music, Modern Languages, and Sports 
LAZO-GUERRA, A. Finance & Marketing, B.S.; 
Jogging! Racquetball 
LEE, S. Fashion Merchadising, BS 
LEINAAR, B. Music History/Theory, BM 
LENNON, V. Accounting, Bachelors of Arts; The 
Tallahassee Christian Transdenominational Spiritual, 
Growth, and Enlightenment Prayer Group. 
LEON, E. Early Childhood Educ, B.S.; Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Block Student Union 
LEONARD, S. Marketing, B.S.; Member of Phi Delta 
Theto Fraternity, Order of Omega, Marketing Club 
LESSER, A. Elementary Education, Bachelors in 
Science; Alpha Epsilon Phi 

LESTER, J. Art Education, B.S.; Chi Omega, National 
Art Education Association, Alpha Beta Chi 
LETTIN, R. Management — Bus. Admin., B.S.; 
Member of Phi Chi Theta, Business Fraternity, Member 
of Sigma Iota Epsilon (Honrory Management) 
LEVITT, R. Marketing, B.S.; Member of the Marketing 
Club. 

LEWIS, J. Accounting, B.S.; Member of Minority 
Business Student Association, President of Minority 
Business Student Association 

LEWIS, V. Music Education, Bachelor of Music Ed.; Fl. 
St. Univ. Orchestra, Jazz Lab Band I, Wind Ensemble, 
Kappa Kappa Psi, M.E.N.C., Professional Musician 
UEBLER, L. Hotel & Restaurant Adm., BS; Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Panhellenic Representative, Panhellenic — 
Publicity and Community Affairs, Society of Hosts, 
Yearbook Staff 

LIEBLER, L. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Zeta Tou 
Alpha, Panhellenic Representative, First Vice President, 
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LIGGENS, J. Music Therapy, Music; Advisory FSU 

Board Gospel Choir, Member Mens Glee Club, 

Reading, Fashion Design, Traveling, Drum Major 

Emeritus High School, Soloist with Voices Inc. New 

York, American J. Cueld of Organization 

LINNELL, R. Biology, B.A.; Marching Chiefs; Southern 

Scholarship Foundation, Intro Murals, Scuba Diving 

LISELLA, B. Child Development, BS; Sigma Sigma 

Sigma, Theto Chi Little Sister, Rho Lambda 

LIVERGOOD, J. Mar., B.S.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 

Bright Personality, Thanks Mom & Daddy. 

LLOYD, D. Fashion Design, Bachelor 

LOGAN, J. Religion, Bachelor in Arts; Inter Varsity 

Christian Fellowship, Student Advisory Committee for 

Religion Department, Biblical Studies, Pastoral 

Counseling, Theology 

LONG, K. Library Science, BS; Intramurals, Dorm 

Government 

LONG, R. Management, B.S.; Thank to You All, For 

Uncle Lonnie, Grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Jenkins & 

Mrs. Effie Long, Grandpa Jenkins and Aunt Lulo, 

Moetto, Nealie and Mae Reather 

LOO, Y. Biology, BS; Pilot Scholarship House; Biology 

Club, FSU Ballroom Donee Club 

LOUDERMILK, C. Visual Disabilities, BA 

LOVAN, L. Elem. Education, B.S.; Delta Zeta Sorority 

LOVATT, L. Spanish, Bachelor of Arts 

LOVELL, C. Biology, BS 

LOWNDES, C. Accounting, B.S.; Phi Kappa Phi 

Notional Honor Society, Minority Business Students 

Association, Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Fraternity 

LUCAS, K. Business Management, Bochlor of Science; 

Member of IIKA Fraternity, FSU, Varsity Football, 

FCA Music Minor, Marketing Club 

LUGINBUHL, D. Computer Science, B.A.; President, 

Phi Eta Sigma (1977-1978), Army ROTC (1976-1978), 

Air Force ROTC (1978- ), Marching Chiefs (1976- 

), Basic Studies Honors Program 
LUNSFORD, H. Criminology, Bachelor of Science; 
Independent, Non-Fraternity, Portier. 
LYON, N. Marine Biology; Ballet Dancer, Consumer 
Activist for Better 208 (water quality in Tallahassee), 
Bigedon Dancer, Young Democrats, Helper-Aide to 
Rep. Hugo Block, Seminole 5000 Runner, Mimi, Disco 
Dancer, Mordi Gros Enthusiest 

LYONS, R. Fashion & Merchandising, B.S.; Fashion 
Inc., Block Home Economics Club 
LYTLE, R. Child Dev/Elem. Ed., B.S.; Phi Mu Sorority, 
Dean's List, Intermurol Football and Softball, Enjoy 
Showing and Training Horses, Acquired Nickname 
"Dimples" 

MACK, I, C. Chemical Science, B.S.; Kappa Alpha Psi 
— Keeper of Records — Provincial Delegate 76, 77, 

78, WFSU "Block Expressions", WAMF-FM "Radio 
Free America", WFSU-TV "Vibrations" 
MACRAE, M. Finance, B.S.; Theta Chi Fraternity, 
Alumni Relations Chairman, Finance Society 
MAGRUDER, B. Marketing, Bachelors; Varsity Letter- 
man — Freshman Yr. — Swimming, F.S.U. Water Polo 
Club Member — 4 Yrs., F.S.U. Water Polo Club 
Coach — 3 Yrs., Assistant Women's Varsity Swim 
Team Coach — 1 Yr., Member Recreation Council — 
3 Yrs. 

MALONE, A. Criminology, Bachelor of Science; Black 
Criminology Association, LEA — Criminology Club 
MANFREDI, K. Speech Communication, BA.; F.S.U. 
Women's Rugby Club 

MANN, M. Accounting, BS; Beta Alpha Psi 
MARKIND, I. International Affairs, BA; Hillel — V.P. 
76-77, Pi Gamma Mu, Technical Assistant for Dance 
Concerts — Feb. 77, Feb. 78, May — June 78, Feb. 

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MARSALONA, S. Finance, B.S.; Finance Society, 
Water end Snow Skiing 

MARSCHER, J. Business Management, Bachelor of 
Science; Well, I Finally Made If — Great!, Thanks to 
Everyone Who Helped. 

MARSHALL, H. Geography, Bachelor of Science 
MARSHBURN, K. Finance, BS; F.S.U. Varsity Swim- 
ming Team 1974-1978, Captain Varsity Swimming 
Team — 1977-1978 

MARTIN, D. Biology, B.S.; Magna Cum Lauda 
MARTIN, JR., H. Management, BS; Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity 

MARTIN, M. Music History, B.A.; Member of 
Tallahassee Clasical Guitar Society, I Play Classical 
Guitar and Piano, Weight-Lifting, Tennis, Billiards, 
Dancing 

MASCA, L. Theatre Arts, BA; Drama, Speech, 
Costume Crew "Dracula" and "BIythe Spirit", Painting 
Crew "Tempest", Member International Thespian 
Society 

MASON, R. Chemistry, B.S. 

MASSALINE, V. Business Management, B.S.; Swim- 
ming, Sewing, Cooking, Business 
MASTEN, E. Social Work, B.S. 
MATHEWS, L. Finance, B.S. 
MATTHEWS, E. Criminology, BS 
MAYS, D. Criminology, B.S.; Soft-Ball and Dancing, 
Counseling Adult Criminal Offenders and the Senc- 
sotively Approach of Counseling, BS. Degree 
MC CALL, M. Sociology, BS 

MCCARTHY, S. Government, B.S.; Smith Hall Dorm 
Government 1976-78, Government Students Associa- 
tion 1978-79 

MC CAULEY, T. Early Childhood Ed., BA; ACEI, CEC, 
Sailing Club 

MC CLELLAN, M. Criminology, B.S.; Deans List, Out- 
doorsman. Hobbies (Weightlifting, Football, Basket- 
ball, Baseball & Tennis). Interests (Psychology, 
Sociology, P.E.) 

MC CLURE, N. Housing, B.S. Home Economics; Alpha 
Gamma Delta President, Rho Lambda, Mortar Board, 
Garnet and Gold Key, Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges 1979 
MC DONALD, M. Child Development, B.S.; After 
Graduation to Work with Youth Services and Later Go 
For My Masters. 

MC DONALD, M. Geography, B.S.; Bycycling, Swim- 
ming, Photography 

MC ENTEE, S. Art, BA; Vice President of Art Club 
MC GILL, J. Marketing, B.S.; Chi Omega President 
78'; Phi Kappa Tau Little Sister President 77'; Phi Kap- 
pa Tau Dreamgirl 78-79; Garnet & Gold Key, Rho 
Lambda, Marketing Club; Who's Who in American 
Colleges 

MCGUIRE, M. Nursing, B.S.N.; Phi Eta Sigma 
Freshman Honorary, Student Nurse Association, 1st 
Vice President, Sigma Theto Tau Nursing Honorary, Pi 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister 

MC KEITHEN, S. Criminology, Bachelor's of Science; 
Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Member 
of BSLI, Black Criminology Assoc, Dorm Gov't., CCIS 
Volunteer Program 

MC KENZIE, S. Criminology, BA; Gospel Choir 1975, 
BSU, Criminology Association, — F.S.U. Cheerleader 
1 977-78, Captain of 1 978-79 Cheerleading Squad — 
Kappa Alpha Psi 1976 Linequeen Etc. 
MC LENDON, L. Visual Disabilities Sp. Ed., BA; 
Member of .Xl'Vli Dean's List 

MC LEOD, S. Criminology, BS; AFROTC Corps Com- 
mander, Winter Quarter 1979, Dean's List, Winter 78, 
Spring 78, Fall 78, Honor Graduate, Tallahassee 
Community College May 1977 



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MC NAMARA, T. Government, BS; Union Board, 
Sigma Kappa Big Brother, Delta Chi Fraternity, 
Government Students Association 
MEADOWS, W. Accounting, BA; Member of Beta 
Alpha Psi 

MERCADANTE, S. Art Ed. & Visual Art, BA 
MEREDITH, JR., M. Biology, B.A.; Campus Crusade, 
Painting 

MESH, C. Comm., B.S. 

MICKENS, T. Art Education, B.S.; Painting, 
Photography, People, Life, and Teaching. 
MICKLER, B. Leisure Services & Studies, B.S.; Member 
FRPA, Intramural Sports, Foreign Language Club, En- 
joy Travel & Leisure, Drummer of Mad As Hell, 
Member of Rex Trailor 
MILLER, K. Social Studies Education, B.S. 
MILLER, M. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Tri-Delta 
Sorority 

MILLER, P. Finance, B.S.; Finance Society 
MINFORD, P. Finance, B.S.; Member Lambda Chi 
Alpha Fraternity, Finance Society Member 
MITCHELL, E. Food & Nutrition, B.S.; Today's Nutri- 
tion Club, American Home Economics Association (Stu- 
dent) 

MITCHELL, M. Accounting, B.S.; Delta Zeta Sorority 
MONDY, K. Social Studies — Ed., BA; Thanks to 
Everyone Who Made Getting This Degree Possible For 
Me. 

MONSOUR, T. Psyc/Crm., BA, BS; Samba Alpha Ep- 
silon 1978/79, Dr. Blombergs Associate 1978, Dr. 
Weavers Associate 1979 

MONTROIS, D. Management, MBA; Vice-President 
Graduate Business Association, Water Ski Club, 
Finance Society 

MOORE, B. Accounting/Finance, Bachelor's; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma Sorority — Treasurer, Pi Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister, Alpha Lamda Delta, Rho Lambda, 
Mortarboard, Basic Studies Honors Program 
MOORE, F. Rehabilitation, BS; National Rehabilita- 
tion Association, Rehabilitation Club 
MOORE, H. Criminology, B.S.; Tutor, Counselor 
Special Services Program, Public Relations Chairman 
Black Crm. Assoc, Model — Fahions Menagerie, 
Member of Nat'l. Assoc, of Blacks In Crim. Justice. 
MORAN, S. Criminology, Bachelors of Science; An- 
tique Auto Restoration, Fire Fighting, To My Future 
Bride Susan — I Mode It Because of You — Love, 
Scott 

MORGAN, J. Business Administration, B.S. 
MORRISON, R. Special Education, MA. 
MORRISON, V. Social Studies, BS 
MORROW, B. Insurance, Risk Management; Member 
Gamma Iota Sigma 

MORTELL, B. Mass Communications, B.S.; In- 
tramurals, Florida Public Relations Association 
MOUNT, E. English/Business, BA; Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority Inc, Black Student Union Member, My 
Interests and Loves Are Writing, Tutoring English 
Students, Sewing, Softball, Gossiping, Going Home 
on Weekends, My Little Sister, Joyce, My Parents and 
Family. 

MOUNTAIN, G. Finance, Bachelors; Finance Society, 
Interhouse Council, FSU Marching Chiefs 
MUDANO, M. Finance, B.S. in Business; Member 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Dean's List 
MUKDJIZAT, S. Hotel & Restaurant Administration, 
B.S.; The Society of Host, Member International Stu- 
dent Association, Would Like to Be a Most Successful 
Businessman 

MUNDAY, K. Social Science, B.S. 
MUNDAY, M. Accounting, B.S. 
MUNROE, R. Physics, B.S. 



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MURPHY, J. Communications, B.S.; I Want to Soy 
Thank You For Four Memorable Years at F.S.U. and to 
All the People Who Made It Possible; My Friends, 
Parents, and Profs. 

MURRY, J. Fine Arts, B.A.; J.V. Basketball 75, R.A. 
Magnolia Hall, Black Art Society 
NABERHAUS, S. Fashion Merchandizing, B.S.; 
Fashion Inc., Marketing Club "Rock" 
NEAL, D. Fashion Merchandising, B.A.; Dean's List, 
Who's Who in College Students, Fashion Inc., Nat'l 
Member of AATCC 

NELSON, L. Marketing, B.S.; Banking Scholarship 
(FBA), Marketing Club 

NELSON, R. Mass Communication, Ph.D.; FSU Univer- 
sity Fellow, 1977-78, Graduate Instructor, Information 
Coordinator — Fine Arts Council of Florida, Florida 
Public Relations Association, Dictionary of Inter- 
national Biography, B.P.O.E., Numerous Publications 
NELSON, V. Accounting, Bachelor of Science; Deans 
List, Tallahassee Garden Club 

NEWELL, P. Computer Science, B.S.; Arnold Air Socie- 
ty, Air Force ROTC Mathematics Grade Appeals Com- 
mittee 

NEWSOME, J. Elem. Education, B.S.; I Enjoy Sewing, 
Dancing, Football, Softball and Just Being Around 
People. I Would Like to Say "Thanks" to My Family for 
All the Help They've Given Me. 
NGUYEN, L. Mathematics, B.A. 
NICKERSON, M. Economics, BS; Plan on Attending 
Grad School in the Fall, Work for Fl State Gov't, and 
Continue Playing Basketball Until I Become on 
Economist, I Love Karen! 

NIX, D. Biology, B.S.; Scuba Diving Club, Leisure 
Programs Office 

NORTH, V. Speech Communication, Bachelor of Arts; 
Jogging, Dancing, Resident Assistant at Reynolds Hall 
2 Yrs., Slide Tape Presentation for Resident Student 
Development (Housing), Wish to Become a Staff An- 
nouncer for T.V. Station Using My Spanish 
NUNEZ, J. Accounting, B.S.; Beta Alpha Psi, In- 
tramural Sports 

OFUANI, A. Risk Management & Insurance, 
Bachelors; Member of the International Students 
Association. Also Member of the Gamma Iota Sigma. 
OKASAKO, M. Physics/Math, B.S. 
OUVERIO, M. Marketing, B/S; Member of <i>AQ 
Fraternity 

OLSON, J. Risk Insurance and Real Estate; BS — 
Business; Gama Iota Sigma, Rho Episilon 
O'REGAN, A. Social Work, B.S.W.; Member of Circle 
K Service Club, Volunteer Coordinator for Deviney 
Hall, Member of Newman Club 
OROFIN, A. Marine Biology, BSC; Listening to Music, 
Interested in Internation & Intellectual Discussions, Like 
PHK Time Teaching 

ORR, S. Social Work, Bachlor of Science,- Member of 
National Association of Social Workers 
ORRiK, L. Food and Nutrition, B.S. in Dietetics; Kappo 
Delta Sorority, Campus Crusade for Christ, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Garnet and Gold Key, 
Rho Lambda, Omicron Nu, Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 78-79 

OVERSTREET, K. Real Estate & Pre-Low, B.S.; Zeta 
Tau Alpha Sorority, Rho Epsilon Real Estate Fraternity 
OWEN, W. Finance, B.S.; Member Phi Delta Theta 
Fraternity Intramural Chairman, Treasurer 
OZSEZEN, F. Psychology, B.S.; KA Little Sister, In- 
tramural Archery Champion, Cum Laude, Dean's List, 
Tennis 

PAIGHT, M. Commercial Art, B.A.; Tarpon Club, 
Rotaract, Dean's List, Special Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. 
Carl Paight for Making This Experience at College 
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PALMER, A. Music Therapy, BA; Alpha Mu 
Professional Music Therapy Organization, Kappa 
Sigma Little Sister 

PATALA, C. Social Work, B.S.; Diver on the FSU Swim 
Team 

PATCH, J. Social Studies Educa., BS 
PATRICK, R. Business — Management, B.S.; Phi Mu 
Sorority, Garnet and Gold Key — President, Rotaract, 
Rho Lambda, FSU Yearbook Staff, FSU Sailing Club 
PATTEN, J. Child Development, B.S.; Council on Ex- 
ception Children, My Interest are Sewing, Bowling, 
Reading, and Helping Others Who Are Less Fortunate. 
Accomplishments: Deans List 

PATTERSON, D. Psychology, B.S.; Member of Black 
Home Economic Club, Member of Black Gospel 
Choir Also on Officer, Worked on the Staff of the 
Black Voice, Paroprofessionol Counselor with 
Telephone Counseling 

PATTI, A. Hotel and Restaurant Admin., BS; Member 
Society of Hosts 
PATTY, D. Marketing, BS 
PAUL, V. Speech Communication, B.S. 
PAYNE, R. Marketing, Bach, of Science; Dean's List, 
Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, Office 
Held: Secretary, Intramural Softball. 
PEARL, J. Criminology, B.S. 

PEARSON, R. BS; Zeta Tau Alpha, Marching Chiefs, 
Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Society 
PENISTON, V. Government, Bachelor of Science; 
Secretary of Florida Public Interest Research Group 
(FPIRG) 

PEREZ-STABLE, A. Social Work, BSW 
PERRYMAN, G. H.R.A., B.S.; Editor of This, Editor 
Freshman Record, Zetotauacpha Sorority, Union 
Board, Society of Host, Alpha Beta Chi, Mom and 
Dad — I Mode It!!! 

PETTY, C. Criminology, B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta, 
Membership Chrmn, Panhellenic Rep. Rotaract, Rho 
Lambda, Sigma Nu Little Sister, Intromurels, Who's 
Who in American Colleges & Univ., Proverbs 3:5,6 
PHILLIPS, R. Marriage & Family Therapy, Ph.D.; 
Member Psy Chi — National Psychology Honor Socie- 
ty, Copyright Owner & Publisher of the DIRECTORY 
OF PSYCHOLOGY RELATED STATE CIVIL SERVICE 
Positions A.A. Degree 1973, B.S. Degree (Psy.) 1974, 
M.S. Degree 1977 

PINON, M. Library Science, BA; Basketball, Reading 
PLATI, K. Psychology, B.A. 
PONT, M. Fashion Design, BS 
PORTER, V. Elementary Ed., B.S. 
POWER, E. Finance, Bachelors; Kappa Delta Sorority, 
FSU Finance Society 

POWERS, E. Marine Biology/Music, B.A. 
Biology/Music; Women's Glee Club, King & I, Scuba 
Diving, Dorm Government 

POZAR, L. Visual Disabilities, B.S.; Sailing, Billiards, 
President of the Association for the Education of the 
Visually Handicapped 

POZIN, A. Physical Education, BA; Florida State 
University Flying High Circus 2 Yrs. Varsity 
Cheerleader 2 Yrs., Int. Football, Disco Dancing 
PRATT, C. Medical Technology, B. of Science; 
Marching Chiefs, Phi Kappa Phi, Garnet and Gold 
Key, Mortor Board, Southern Scholarship Foundation 
PRATT, G. Biology, Bachelors of Science; Racquet- 
ball, Tennis, Studying Wildlife, Living for the Lord, 
Thanks Dad and Mom, I Finally Made It. 
PREVETTE, T. Physical Education, B.S.; Flag Corp — 
Freshman Year, Majorette for Three Years, Resident 
Assistant 2 Years at Reynolds Hall, Gymnastics Instruc- 
tor During Summer, Teaching, Sponsoring a Majorette 
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PRITCHETT, D. Crimonology, BS; Minor: Psychology 
Certificate of Low Enforcement in Crimonology, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Grammatus & Ass't Dean 
of Pledgees) 

PROBY, J. Poly/Sci., BS 
PROCTOR, C. Math, BS 
PURDOM, J. Anthropology, B.A. 
QUINN, K. Marketing, B.S. 

QUISLER, J. Psychology, BS; Deans List, Dance Art 
RABE, B. Food & Nutrition, B.S. 
RADULOVICH, T. Leisure Services & Studies; B.S. 
(Education); NRPA — (Recreation Society), YMCA — 
(Certified Scuba Diver), Red Cross — (Certified CPR 
— Lifesaving) 

RAFFERTY, W. Accounting, Bachelor of Science; 
Member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Vice President, 
Treasurer, Member of Beta Alpha Psi Accounting 
Honorary, Member of Rotoract, Intramural Sports — 
Fraternity Managers Committee 
RAGLER, JR., H. Mathematics Eeucation, BA; F.S.U. 
Cheerleader, Distinguish Military Science Cadet, 
Lifeguard E.S.U. 

RAINE, F. Hotel & Restaurant, BA; FSU Soccer Club, 
Society of Hosts 

RAMOS, S. Music, BME; Music Educators National 
Conference — Vice President, F.S.U. Equestrian Club, 
Hillel Foundation — Officer 

RAND, D. Early Childhood Educ, BA; Intermural 
Football, ACEI, (Shodouckets) 

RANDLE, T. Government, B.S.; History Club, Govern- 
ment Club 

RANDOLPH, L. Advertising, B.S.; Ad Club Jr. & Sr. 
Year, KA Little Sister Sr. Year 

RANDOLPH, M. Marketing, B.S. Business Admin.; 
Member of FSU Marketing Club, Member of Amer. 
Marketing Assoc. 
RASCONA, V. Criminology, B.A. 
RAY, A. Management, B.S.; Member: Minority 
Business Student Association 

REDMOND, K. Speech Communication, BS; Member 
of Chi Omega Sorority 
REESE, M. Accounting, Business 
REHKOPF, G. French, Russian, Multinational Business, 
Bachelor of Arts; Who's Who, President of Mortar 
Board, Vice President of Garnet & Gold Key, and 
Rotaract, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi 
Beta Kappa 

REID, P. Social Work, B.S.W.; Dean's List, Phi Theto 
Kappa Honor Fraternity, Pensacolo Jr. College 
REINERT, R. Industrial Arts, Bachelor; Die Hard Seim- 
ninole Fan 

RICH, M. Government, B.S.; Pres. of the Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Want to Attend Law School and 
Become a Congresswoman 

HOPCHIK, H. Hotel & Restaurant Admin., Business 
RICHARDS, L. Early Childhood Ed., BA 
RICHARDS, P. Spanish/Finance, B.A.; Kappa Alpha 
Theto Sorority, F.S.U. Circus, AIESEC, Mortar Board, 
Rotaract, Garnet & Gold Key, Who's Who Nominee, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Deans List 
RICHARDSON, W. Marketing, B.S. Business; FSU 
Swim Team, 4 Year Letterman, Co-Captain 77-78 
RILEY, JR., J. Physical Education, B.S.; Varsity 
Baseball 

RILEY, P. Communications, Bachelors; Member 
Rotaract, Member Southern Scholarship MD Research 
Foundation, Selby Scholar 

RILEY, R. Accounting, Bachelor Science; Beta Alpha 
Psi, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma 
RIQUELME, M. Double: French & Russian, BA (in 
Languages); Russian Club, French Honor, Russian 
Honor (DS) 
ROBERTS, E. International Affairs, BA 



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ROBERTS, J. Physical Education, BS.; Basketball, 
Softball, Track, Sewing 

ROBERTS, J. Art Education, BS; Swimming, Bowling, 
Fencing, Travel, Frisbee! 

ROBERTS, L. Social Work, B.S.W.; I Am Involved with 
Speaking Engagements to Classes Concerning 
Volunteer Work, I Am Currently a Member of The 
Black Social Work Club, I Have Been Involved in 
Volunteer Work and the Social Agencies in 
Tallahassee. I Worked at Criswell Induse, & 
Someplace Else. 

ROBERTS, S. Mass Communications/Sociology, BS; 
AERHO Member 

ROBINSON, E. Geography/Sociology, BA; Tennis, 
Reading, Classical, Music, President's The Caribbean 
Club, Secty. — Block Student Union, Resident Assis- 
tant Gilchrist Hall, FSU Marshall Hamilton Scholar 
ROBINSON, J. Fashion Mdse., BS Home Economics 
ROBINSON, S. Management, Business; S.A.E. Frater- 
nity 

RODGERS, R. Government, International Relations 
and Government; Member of Young Democrats, 
Wilderness Club and Caveing Club. Active Participant 
in the Students for Bob Graham Organization. 
ROGERS, IV, W. Marketing, B.S. Business Admin.; 
Marketing Club, Research Assistant Mar. Project, 
Sigma Nu, Student Govn. 
ROLAND, R. Criminology, B.S. 

ROOS, S. Business English, B.S.; Flambeau Board of 
Directors, Marching Chief 1975, Debate Team 1976, 
Vice President Young Democrats 1978, S.G. Elections 
Commission 1977 

ROOT, B. Early Childhood Education, B.S.; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, Theto Chi Daughter of the 
Crossed Swords 

ROSS, L. Criminology, BA; Hobbies — Basketball & 
Fiction Writing, Interested in Counseling Juveniles or 
Adult Offenders. 

ROSS, R. Music, BS Degree; Member of Phi Mu Sorori- 
ty, Member of SAI Music Fraternity, Member of the 
Dean's Student Advisory Board, Dean's List, 
Symphonic Band, "I Made It!" 

ROWELL, W. History, Social Studies Ed., Concert 
Band, Enjoy Horse Bockriding and Just Plain Living. 
RUDO, JR., H. Political Science, B.S.; Member of Phi 
Delta Theta 

SAGERHOLM, A. Political Science, B.A.; Much Thanks 
for Your Financial and Spiritual Support. I Couldn't 
Have Done It Without You, Momocita Y Poppi 
SALTZ, C. Accounting, BA; Beta Alpha Psi, Intramural 
Sports 

SAMERGEDES, J. History, B.A.; Hellenic — American 
Club 

SANDERS, L. Elementary Educa., B.S. Degree 
SAPP, K. Accounting, B.S.; Kappa Alpha Psi Fraterni- 
ty 

SATERBO, S. BS — FIN.; Member of F.S.U. Golf 
Team, 77-78, 78-79 

SAUL, H. Biology, B.S.; Intermural Swimming, Skydiv- 
ing, Scuba Diving, Expert Pole Vaulter and in General 
Just a Wild and Crazy Guy!!! 

SAVAGE, W. Business Finance, Bochlor Science; 
Member of Minority Business Association, Intrural 
Sports: Football and Basketball 
SAVARINO, M. Medical Technology, B.S. 
SCARPING, W. Finance, BA; Member of: Finance 
Society, Gulf Winds Track Club, Roadrunners Club of 
America, Interests: Running, Tennis, Biking, Other Out- 
door Activities 

SCHERER, L. Home Economics Ed., B.S. 
SCHLICHTE, T. Art Education, BA Visual Arts; Little 
Sister Pi Kappa Phi, Member of Notional Art Educa- 
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SCHMIDT, D. Business Management, Bcchlor of 
Science; Phi Mu Big Brother 
SCHREIBER, R. Accounting, B.S. 
SCHUIIS, T. Finance, 4 Year B.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Frot., Anchorman for Delta Gamma Sorority 
SCHWARZ, C. Vocational Rehabilitation, B.S. 
SCIANBRA, C. Moss Comm., B.S.; Ad Club, AERHO, 
VicJeo Center, WFSU TV, NSSHA, Intramurals 
SCIPIO, A. Vocational Rehabilitation, B.S. 
SCOTT, B. Elementary EcJucation, B.S.; Assisting in the 
Program of Parent Workshops, Elementary School 
ChilcJren, Deans List, Letter of Merit from the School 
Board of Leon County 

SCOTT, W. Finance, bachelor. Minority Business Stu- 
dent Assoc, Finance Society, Omego Psi Phi Fraternity 
SEABRANDT, R. Religion, Bachelor Arts,- Dorm Govt. 
Repre., Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Green 
Stripe in Karate, Receiving a B.A. Degree 
SEARS, P. Finance, BS; Sailing Club, Dorm Govern- 
ment, Dean's List 

SEGERMEISTER, M. Communication, B.S.; Chi Phi 
Fraternity, V/restling Club, Rugby Club, Palace 
Saloon Regular. 

SEIDL, M. Criminology, A. A.; Member of F.S.U. Judo 
Club, Member of Notional Criminology Honor Society 
(Phi Delta Sigma), Hobbies Long Distance Running 
and Bike Touring 

SEMAN, S. Finance, B.S.,- Delta Sigma Pi 
SHANAHAN, P. Early Childhood Ed., B.S.; Member 
of Delta Delta Delta,- Phi Delta Theto Little Sister; 
A. C.E.I. 

SHARP, D. Criminology, B.S. 

SHERRON, D. Fashion Merch., B.S.; Zeta Tou Alpha 
— Pres., Sec'y., Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, Omicron 
Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Who's Who, Gold & Garnet Key, 
ABX 

SHIMMINGER, G. Criminology, B.S.; Member of 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Sports Chairman 
SHOEMAKER, S. Child Development, B.S.; Delta 
Zeta, Leon Association for Children Under Six, Florida 
Association for Children Under Six, Southern Associa- 
tion for Children Under Six 

SHOOK, C. Nursing, B.S.N.; Vice President NSG 
Class of December, 1979. Member Student Nurses's 
Association 

SHORE, C. Physical Education/Sociology, B.S.; Bowl- 
ing Team, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority 
SHOUPP, B. Mass Communication, B.S.; Zeta Tou 
Alpha, 2nd Vice President — Pledge Trainer, 
Membership Chairman, Rho Lambda 
SHUMAN, A. Criminology, B.S.; Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority 

SIDDONS, R. Marketing, B.S.; Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Fraternity (1975-1979), Corresponding Secretary of 
Sig Ep (1977), Member of Marketing Club (1978-79) 
SIMMS, P. Art (Commerical), B.A.; Commercial Art 
Major, Fashion Illustration Teqniques Also Acquired 
SINGHAUS, D. Management, BS; Garnet and Gold 
Key Secretary, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Secretary 
.A.\A and '\>W\. Honorary Scholastic Fraternities, 
Rotoroct, Swimming and Water-Skiing, Hope to At- 
tend Law School 

SIWEK, J. Marketing, B.A.; Marketing Club, In- 
tramural Sports, Big Brother Gamma Phi Beta 
SLAGLE, G. Criminology, BS; Good Neighbor 
Cawthon Hall, Active in Dorm Government, Floor 
Banquet Organizer, Involved with Numerous Special 
Interest Committees 

SLATER, R. Child Development, B.S.; Interesting — In 
Working with Children in a Hospital Setting. And Ow- 
ning a Chain of Nursery Schools 
SLEDGE, N. Comm. Health Ed., BS; FSU Student, 
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SLONEKER, D. Biology, Bachelor Science; Scuba Div- 
ing, Botany, Animals (Dogs) 
SMITH, A. Accounting, B.S.; Beta Alpha Psi 
SMITH, A. Social Work, BS; NHBSW, BSU, Poetry, 
Dancing, Meeting People 

SMITH, E. Early Childhood Educ, Bacholas of Educ; 
Member of the Wilderness Club, FSU Ballroom Dance 
Club, NEA, I Love Animals, Helping People, Enjoy 
Outdoors as Well as Indoors, and Especially Love to 
Cook and Thanks Mom & Dad For Everything. 
SMITH, E. Soc. Work, Bachlor of Arts 
SMITH, K. Criminology, BS; Participated in In- 
tramural Football, Softball, and Basketball, Member 
of NSSA Surfing Association 

SMITH, K. Pre-Low, Finance, BA Business College 
SMITH, M. Marketing, B.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha Fraterni- 
ty, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, Marketing 
Club, FSU Dean List, Bethel College Football 2 Yrs., 
Bethel College Honor Roll 

SMITH, M. Criminology, M.S.; Education Activities, 
Interests, Law Enforcement, Juveniles, Corrections, 
Counseling. 

SMITH, S. Business Administration, BS; Marketing 
Club, Intramurals — Softball 

SMITH, V. Fashion Merchandising, BS; Fashion Incor- 
porated: Model Board Director, Omicron Nu Honor 
Society, American Home Economics Association 
SMITH, W. Accounting, B.S. 

SMITH, III, W. Finance, BS; Army ROTC, Pershing 
Rifles, Seminole Scouts — Interests Outdoor Sports 
SMOUSE, S. Social Work, Bach. Social Work 
SNODGRASS, R. Business Management, B.S.; Presi- 
dent Alpha Beta Chi, Co-Ordinotor FSU Yearbook, 
Rotaract, ZTA Big Brother, MDA Award of Dedication, 
March of Dimes Foundation Award, Tres. ABX, Orien- 
tation Group Leader 

SNOW, C. Counseling & Rehabilitation Services, B.S.; 
Member Southern Scholarship Foundation, Intramural 
Football & Softball, Member Student Chapter NRA, 
FSU Circus 

SOLOMON, B. Advertising, BS; President of the 
Professional Advertising Organization, Recipient of 
the Stanley Marshall Scholarship 
SOLOMON, C. Rehabilitation, B.S.; I Enjoy During 
Volunteer Work in Rehabilitation. 
SOMERSET, S. Mathematics/Computer Science, 
Bachelor of Science; Honors Student, Member, 
Association of Computing Machinery 
SPALDING, D. Geology, BA; Member of Florida State 
Water Polo Team, Geologic Society, President of Dick 
Verga Fan Club 

SPENCER, S. Fashion Design, B.S.; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Sorority, President Fall Pledge Class 1975, 
Assistant First Vice President ( KKP), Scholarship 
Chairman (KKI^), President KKF Sorority 1978-79, 
Chairman of Nominating Committee (1979), 
Panhellenic Rush Counselor, Lambda Chi Alpha Little 
Sister, Fashion Inc. (75-7) 

SPENGLER, B. Rehabilitation, B.S.; Sigma Sigma 
Sigma Sorority, Theta Chi Little Sister 
SPIVEY, D. Physics, B.S.; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, 
Rugby, Naval ROTC 

SPRATT, E. Music Therapy, BA; University Symphony 
Orchestra, Alpha Mu Professional Music Therapy 
Organization, Student Chapter of MENC. 
STANLEY, D. Physical Education, B.S. 
STEIN, G. Leisure Services Studies; B.A.; Intramurals 4 
Yrs., Leisure Program Office, Student Government 
Productions, Coaching, Recreation Club, Physical 
Fitness, Winter Banquet, Leisure Activities 
STETSON, W. Business Management, BS; Varsity 
Swimming Team, Co-Captain 1978-1979, NCAA 



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Free 

STEWART, R. Physical Education, B.S.; Volleyball, 
Tennis, Basketball, Softball 

STILES, JR., A. Finance, B.S. in Bus. Adm.; Baptist 
Campus Ministry, Southwestern Fraternity 
STILES, D. Housing, BS; Member: AHEA, Housing 
Aworensss, Interests; Tennis, Church 
STOKES, S. Criminology, B.S.; Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternity Inc, Outdtanding Young Men of America, 
International Black Belt Karate Association, Second 
Degree Black Belt Shin-Jimasu Karate Instructor, 
Mason, Scorpio 

ST. PIERRE, P. Anthropology, B.A.; Wilderness Club, 
Fellowship Club, Astronomy Club, Hiking, Canoeing, 
Dancing, Jogging, Racquetball, Reading 
STRIDFELDT, C. Visual Design, B.A. 
SUBLETT, L. Elementary Education, BS 
SUNKA, S. Interior Degree, BA; Member of Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Sorority, Past House President & 
Corresponding Secretary, Marching Chiefs, Interests 
Include Dancing, Sewing & Drawing 
SLJRLES, J. Advertising, B.A.; Music, Racketball 
SWEENEY, J. Accounting, Finance, BS; Treasurer of 
Cawthon Hall 1976-77, Good Neighbor in Cawthon 
Hall 1977-78, Member of FSU Accounting Club, Hob- 
bles: Music, Swimming, Running 
TABATABAIE, S. Physics, B.S.; Tennis, Soccer, A 
Member of F.S.U. Soccer Club. 
TALLEY, JR., R. Chemical Science, B.S.; 78-79 Presi- 
dent Campus Ministry Call St. Church of Christ, 77-78 
V.P. Campus Ministry, Member Alpha Lambda Delta 
Honorary, Member Rotaract International Honorary, 
F.S.U. Wind Ensemble, Will Attend Univ. of Miami 
Med. School 9/79 

TAYLOR, F. Criminology, B.A.; President — American 
Criminal Justice Association — FSU Chapter, Presi- 
dent — Alpha Phi Sigma — Nat'l. Criminal Justice 
Honorary, Member — Omicron Delta Kappa, Nat'l 
Collegiate Leadership Honorary, Intramural Football 
& Swimming, National Masters Swimming — A.A.U. 
Plan on Law School 

TAYLOR, J. Government, B.S.; Phi Eta Sigma, Pi 
Gamma Mu 

TAYLOR, J. Computer Science, BS; Tarpon Club, Phi 
Eta Sigma, AFROTC, Garnet & Gold Key, Mortar 
Board, Who's Who. 

TAYLOR, N. Fashion Merchandising, Fashion Design, 
BS; Photography, Fashion Illustration, Designing, Sur- 
fing, Tennis, Skateboarding. 

TAYLOR, W. Criminology, BS; Lamda — Alpha — 
Epsilon, Intramural Football, Snow Skiing, Racquet- 
ball 

TERRY, A. Finance, BS; Member of Minority Business 
Students Association's Executive Board, Finance Socie- 
ty, Block Student Union, NAACP 
THEWMAN, J. FON, B.S. 

THOMPSON, B. Mass Communications, B.S.; Video 
Center, Public Relations, Graduating from the Mass 
Communications Department. 

THOMPSON, L. Marketing, BS; Wilderness Club 77, 
Marketing Club 77, V.P. of Projects — Marketing 
Club 78, American Marketing Association 78, Florida 
Public Relations Association 78, Dean's List 76, 77, 78 
THOMPSON, R. Business — Marketing, Bachelor of 
Science 

THOMSON, S. Crimonology, B.S. 
THORNTON, P. Biology, BA 

TIMMER, P. Anthropology, Bachelor of Science; 
Finally! 

TINKOFF, J. Management, BA 
TOSTON, C. Bus. Management, B.A.; Member of 
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TOZER, L. Nutrition, BS 
TRAVAGUONE, P. Marketing Management, B.S.; 
Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club, A I. II, Southwestern, 
Snow Skiing, Swimming. 
TREESH, D. Elementary Education, BS 
TROUT, S. Child Development, Bachelor of Science; 
Member of LACUS (Leon Association on Children 
Under Six), FCOA (Florida Council on Aging, and 
NTEP (National Teacher Education Projects), Enjoy 
Sports, Dancing, Writing Poetry and Baking Bread. 
Plan to Work with the Aged. 

TUCKER, H. Biology, BS; Heidi's Interests are Diver- 
sified and She May End Up with More Than One 
Degree. 

TUNE, D. Criminology, B.S.; LAE, Intermural Basket- 
ball 

TUOHEY, S. Finance, Bachelors; Member of Baptist 
Campus Ministry, First Baptist Church, Tallahassee, 
Southwestern Bookman, Sports, Swimming, Skiing, 
Flying 

TUTTEIL, J. Biology — Philosophy, B.A.; Consumer 
Union, Sigma Epsilon Chi 

TYLER, H. Nursing, BS; Delegate to Student Nurses 
Association of Fla. Convention, Nursing School Year- 
book — Level II Co-Editor 

TYNES, P. Special Education, BS; Student Council for 
Exceptional Children — Newsletter Editor, Dean's List, 
Kappa Delta Pi — Educational Honor Society 
HEUVEL, K. Dietetics, Bachelor of Science; Zeta Tou 
Alpha, Who's Who, Mortar Board, Omicron Nu, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Gold Key Garnet Key, Delta 
Tau Delta Little Sister 
VANDERGRIFF, L. English, BA 
VAUGHAN, E. Speech Pathology, BS 
VEIZAGA, A. Meteorology, B.Sc; I Like Music and 
Sports. 

VICK, T. Fashion Merchandising/Marketing, B.S.; 
Fashion, Inc. Corresponding Secretary, AHEA, Dean's 
Student Advisory Committee, Dorm Government, 
Young Life Leader, Chapel of Upper Room Member, 
Fun Lover! 

VICKERS, E. Accounting, B.S.; Kappa Delta Sorority, 
Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister, Dean's List 
VIRAKONE, S. Meteorology, Bachelor 
VOGEL, C. Psychology, B. Arts 
VOGEL, C. Government, BA 

VOSBURGH, J. History, Bachelor of Arts; Young 
Democrats, Senate Secretary 1977 
VOSS, P. Elem. Math Specialist, BA; FSU Marching 
Chiefs, FSU Tarpon Club, Elementary School Teaching 
Is My Major Accomplishment from Attending Florida 
State University. 

WALKER, B. Rehabilitation Counseling, BA; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority, Volunteer Services, Black Stu- 
dent Union 

WALKER, C. Interior Design, Bachelor of Science; Stu- 
dent Chapter of American Society of Interior 
Designers (ASID), Alpha Phi Alpha Pageant, B.S.U. 
Fashion Show. 

WALKER, D. Anthropology/Art, BA; TCC-AA, Phi 
Theta Kappa 

WALKER, J. Microbiology, BS; Women's Swim Team 
— 3 Years, Enjoy Bicycling and Running, Secretary- 
Treasurer of F.S.U. Biology Club 1978-1979. 
WALLACE, J. English/Business, B. A.; Minority Business 
Students Association, Phi Chi Theta, Intramural Sports, 
Bowling League 

WALLACE, M. Visual Arts, B.A.; Member Alpha Chi 
Omega Sorority, Little Sister & Sweetheart of Sigma 
Nu Fraternity '78. 

WALLS, S. Risk and Insurance, BS; Gamma loto 
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WALTERS, R. Government, Bachelors; All Sports — 
Indoor & Outdoor, Law, Business Politics 
WAMBLE, R. Marketing, BS; Sigma Chi Fraternity, 
FSU Swim Team, President FSU Hunting and Fishing 
Club. 

WANZA, A. Speech Pathology, B.S.; Member of 
NSSHA — National Student Speech and Hearing 
Association, Alpha Sigma Phi Little Sisters, Served As 
Member on Women's Tennis Team & Cheerleading 
Squad for 2 Years at Concord College, Reigning Miss 
Joke Gaither of Tallahassee 

WATERS, S. Leisure Services & Studies, BS; Chi 
Omega Sorority, NRPA, FRPA, Rec Club, Intramurals, 
Timer, M.A.L.E. Club 

WAYNE, F. Marketing, B.S.; Alpha Kappa Psi 
Professional Business Fraternity, J. A.M., Marketing 
Club 

WEAKS, D. Marketing, BS; Marketing Club Member, 
London Program Student, Realtor — Associate, 
Equestrianne, Scuba Diver, Pilot, Sports Enthusiest 
WEAVER, D. Math/Computer Science, BS; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon — Secretary/Treasurer; Southern Scholarship 
Foundation — Gadsden House, President 
WEBB, J. Physical Education, B.S. 
WEBSTER, J. Music Therapy, Bach. Music Therapy, 
Alpha Mu — President, Sigma Alpha Iota — Recor- 
ding Secretary, Phi Gamma Delta Little Sister, Dean's 
List, Southern Scholarship Foundation — Polk House 
WEINSTOCK, L. Biology, B.S.; Reading, 
Horsebackriding 

WEINSTOCK, S. Psychology, BS. in June 79'; Phi 
Kappa Phi, Psi Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta 
WELLER, A. Housing, BS; Tennice, Soccer, Swimming, 
Historic Homes, Ristoring Houses 
WELLS, C. Nursing, B.S.; Marching Chiefs 1975, Resi- 
dent Assistant 1976-1978, Student Assistant Alcohol 
Prevention Program, Student Advisor to the Dean 
WELLS, L. Criminology, B.S. 
WENDT, J. Visual Comm., BA; Ad Club 
WEST, D. HRA, BS Business; Society of Hosts, Baking, 
Cooking, Art, Weighttraining, Running, Hard Work 
and Having a Great Time. 

WESTMORELAND, J. Criminology, B.S.; Member of 
Black Criminology Club, Vice-President Broward — 
Gilchrist Dorm Govt., Member of Famous Broward 2 
Intramural Squad, "Knowing Irene" 
WEVILL, K. International Affairs/Spanish, B.S.; Flying 
High Circus, TKH Little Sister, Pi Gamma Mu — 
National Social Science Honorary 
WEYGANT, C. Anthropology, BA; Anthropological 
Linguistics, Anthropology Society, Music, Languages 
WHIDDON, C. Elementary Education, B.S.; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Student Advisory Council Winter 79 
WHIDDON, T. Marketing, BA 

WHITE, B. Physical Education/Spanish, B.A.; 
Recepient of Selby Scholarship — 2 Year Member of 
Polk County Scholarship House; Member of Flying 
High Circus; Varsity Cheerleader 
WHITE, G. Home Economics Education, Bachelor of 
Science; Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Florida State 
University's 1977-78 Homecoming Queen, Who's Who 
Among American Universities & Colleges, Pi Kappa 
Alpha Little Sister 
WHITE, P. Leisure Services, BS 

WHITE, P. Accounting, B.S.; Member Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority, Member Minority Business Students 
Assoc, Member Campus Gold Girl Scouts. 
WHITE, R. Finance, Business Adm.; Finance Society, 
Biking, Swimming, Dean's List '78-'79 
WHITE, S. Hotel & Res't., BS 
WHITEHEAD, G. Pre-Law, BS 

WHORTON, E. Gen. Home Economics, BS; Cooking, 
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WILDER, K. Criminology/Psychology, Bachelor; FSU 
Fencing Club, Lambda Alpha Epsilon 
WILKINSON, M. Accounting, BS in Business; Lambda 
Chi Alpha 

WILKINSON, M. Public Relations & Advertising, B.S.; 
Entered 1974, Varsity Tennis Team 1974-1978, First 
Female to Receive Tennis Scholarship from South 
Carolina, First President Lady Seminole Student 
Athletic Council 1976-1978, Member Kappa Kappa 
Gamma Sorority, Member Pi Kappa Phi Little Sisters, 
Rose Queen Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 1976 
WILLIAMS, A. Social Work, Bachelor of Social Work; 
Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Hormer Williams, Honor Stu- 
dent of Social Work, Secretary of Assoc, of Black 
Social Workers, Member of Not. Assoc, of Social 
Workers. 

WILLIAMS, B. History, BA. 

WILLIAMS, C. CRM, BS; Active in City League Soft- 
ball, My Interests Include Working with the Youth in 
My Community. 

WILLIAMS, C. Accounting, Bachelor of Science; 
Minority Business Students Assoc. Phi Chi Theta Alpha 
Angels, Dean's List 

WILUAMS, D. Sociology, B.S.; My Goal Is to Become 
a Sociologist and to Study More on the Black Family; 
My Interests Are Drawing, Writing and Having Fun. 
WILLIAMS, G. Social Work, B.S.; BCM, Guitar, B.S. in 
Social Work, Shannon Wood, Banana Splits and 
Cheeseburgers. 

WILLIAMS, H. Accounting, BS; Dean's List, Music, 
Literature, Dance, Accounting Intern 
WILLIAMS, J. Criminology, BS 

WILUAMS, J. Criminology, B.S.; I Am a Member of 
the Omega Psi Phi Frat., Also a Member of the Black 
Criminology Ass. F.S.U., and National Block 
Criminology Ass. 

WILLIAMS, J. Special Education, LO/Ed, BA/MA; 
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 
WILLIAMS, P. Psychology, BA; R.A. Landis Hall, Soft- 
ball Intramural Champs, T.T. 
WILLIAMS, R. Interior, BA. 

WILUAMS, S. Psychology, B.A.; Vice-President of Phi 
Eta Sigma Freshmen Honorary Society, Member of 
Alpha Lambda Delta Freshmen Honorary Society, 
President of Psi Chi Psychology National Honorary 
Society 

WILUAMS, W. Social Work, B.S.; Treasurer of 
Association of Black Social Workers, Chess, Backgam- 
mon, Dean List 

WILUS, A. Rehabilitation Services, B.S. 
WILSON, E. Finance/Computer Sci., BA; Majored in 
Finance and Computer Science, Member of Phi Chi 
Theta Business Frat., Worked with Many Organization 
on Campus 

WILSON, L. Interior Design, BS; Zeta Tau Alpha, 1st 
Vice President, Ritual Chairman, Standards Chairman, 
Circus, American Society of Interior Designers 
WILSON, M. Business Mgt., Business 
WIMBERLY, R. Speech Communication, Bachelors of 
Arts; The Tallahassee Christian Tronsdenominationol 
Spiritual, Growth, and Englightment Prayer Group 
WISE, R. Mgt/Mkt, BA; Delta Sigma Pi, FSU 
Marketing Club 

WISSICK, M. Housing, B.S.; Housing Awareness Club 
WITHROW, L. Psychology, BS; Swimming, Piano 
WITHROW, JR., S. Social Studies Ed., B.S.; Reading, 
Music, Games 

WOOD, M. Music Education, BME 
WOOD, S. Psychology,/Religion, BA; Baptist Campus 
Ministry, Campus Crusade, Interested in Marriage & 
Family Life Counseling 
WOOD, W. Business Adm., B.S. 



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' WOODALL, A. Fashion Merchandising, B.S.; Minor in * 
Marketing 

WOOLAVER, P. Med. Tech., B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta 
WRIGHT, V. Physical Education, BS; Volleyball 
YEARY, G. Visual Disabilities Teacher Prep, B.S.; 
Wrestling, Track, Swimming, Bowling, Public Speak- 
ing 

YOUNG, D. Psychology, B.S.; D & D Ranch Officer, 
Gary — Des — Mayo 
YOUNG, R. Management, BBA 

YOUNG, T. Elementary Education. Bachelor of 
Science; Delta Delta Delta, Scholarship Chairman and 
Reference Chairman, Sigma Alpha Epislon Little Sister. 
ZABINSKI, D. Chemistry, B.S.; Student Assistant 
Chem. Dept., Research in Synthesis of Morphine 
Alkaloids, St. Thomas Moore Choir 
ZABITOSKY, S. Rehabilitative Services, Education,- Pi 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister 

ZACCHIA, R. Hotel & Restaurant Administration, 
Business 

ZAWADA, J. Hotel & Restaurant Admin., B.S. 
Degree; Member of Society of Hosts, Dean's Honor List 
2 Quarters 

ZEPFLER, S. Marketing, B.S.; Weightlifting, Marketing 
Club 

ZIMRING, D. Finance, Business Adm. 
ZINN, C. Marketing, B.S.; Beta Theto Pi Frat, FSU 
Marketing Club 



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